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Lottery winner called everyone he knew over ‘50,000 scoop’ before gutting blowDean Smethurst, 32, cracked open the bubbly and started making plans for the future after a Tesco checkout worker told him he had won a prize in Saturday’s drawDean said his mum made him some comfort food but ‘it wasn’t much comfort’ (Image: SWNS)Get the biggest daily news stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA man who believed he had scooped 50,000 on the National Lottery rang up everyone he knew before realising he had actually won just 6 of prizes.Dean Smethurst, 32, had his national lotto card checked in Tesco on May 8 and was told by the woman on the checkout he had won on the Saturday game.The supermarket worker told Dean the machine said she could not pay out his winnings and he would have to instead contact Camelot.This prompted Dean to check the terms and conditions of the Camelot website where he realised this message was usually given for wins of at least 50k which could not be paid out in a retail shop.In a state of shock, Dean a supermarket manager who has played the lottery for six years dashed home before telling all of his friends and family the news.He began to work out what he could spend the money on and open the bubbly without thinking to check his numbers against the draw.His win actually turned out to be three lucky dips on a future game worth just 2 each.He said: “I didn’t sleep because I was so excited. My house is like a building site at the moment so that was the first thing that I decided to spend my winnings on.”Then I decided to treat the family to a luxury holiday to Barbados.
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