British man wins Health Lottery for the second time in 7 years and will use the money for good causes

British man wins Health Lottery for second time in 7 years and will use money for good causes

Frank Spratt, a 65-year-old tutor from the British city of Blyth, has won the Health Lottery jackpot of £67,000 (7.24 million rubles). He had already won the top prize in November 2015, winning £31,449 (3.4 million rubles at current exchange rates).

Frank decided to spend his first winnings on his children. He financed university admission for one and home improvements for the other. The new jackpot, according to the winner’s promises, will go to a boxing gym for underprivileged children.

Commenting on the winnings, Frank said: It’s just unbelievable to get the prize. Totally unexpected. I was at home working when someone from Health Lottery called me and told me I had won a mobile home or its cash equivalent. I didn’t believe it at first. In fact, I thought it was a prank, but I soon discovered that it was true. I guess I lost my voice at that point.

According to Frank, he’s been in the lottery since its launch. He noted that he likes to use the same numbers, particularly because of laziness. I felt something would work out in the end, and I’m glad it did! The numbers I chose have a consistency. First of all, birthdays, which everyone uses. It was pretty successful, noted the winner.

Frank added: It was incredible to win twice. Will I be able to win a third time? Well, I’m not going to stop playing, so we’ll have to wait and see!

Some of the money from the second jackpot Frank decided to give to his mother, who is interested in all things Royal. Because of her vision problems, she can’t personally come to London and watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. So they decided to give her a new iPad so she can watch the events from London in full HD video on the big screen.

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