Goodram et watson on acheté leur billet de loterie avec une carte de débit volée

2 winners of a big lottery jackpot payed their ticket with a stolen debit card. Guess what happened?

Lottery bosses refused to pay a £ 4 million jackpot to two players suspected of buying the ticket with a stolen debit card.

Image of Camelot Lottery winners
Camelot Lottery winners

The organizers, Camelot, began to mistrust Mark Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, when it appeared that none of them had a bank account to receive the winnings.

The pair apparently could not explain the origin of the debit card, claiming it was a friend named John but providing no other details.

 

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