Watch George Traykov answer questions from journalists who appear much more excited about his win than he does.
A man who won the lottery twice has appeared distinctly underwhelmed by his success. At a press conference, George Traykov, who's from Ilford, said he was not "that bothered" by winning £160,000 on the Euromillions, on top of a previous £1 million win.
Mr Traykov, who never picks his own numbers and always plays the lucky dip, was so laid back about his second big money win that he didn't even claim it until two months after the prize draw in November.
Mr Traykov, who's originally from Bulgaria, bought his winning ticket at a Tesco store in Barking and could maybe one day make it a hat-trick of wins as he said he planned to carry on playing.
The National Lottery good causes fund is 64 million pounds better off this morning, after a winning ticket holder from Hitchin or Stevenage failed to come forward by last night's deadline. The Euromillions jackpot is the biggest unclaimed lottery prize in history.
A multi-millionaire in Hertfordshire now has less than five hours to go until they lose all their money for good.
A Euro-Millions jackpot of almost £64 million is unclaimed and the winner must come forward by 11 o'clock tonight or the cash goes to good causes.
The ticket was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area in June.
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Lottery operator Camelot says that the £64 million win would be the largest ever to go unclaimed.
Hertfordshire residents are being urged to check their pockets, cars and sofas for the missing ticket.
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A jackpot of £63,837,543.60 is waiting for the mystery winner who bought a ticket for the National Lottery Draw on Friday the 8th of June. They matched all five numbers - 5, 11, 22, 34 and 40 - and both Lucky Star numbers - 9 and 11.
If you think you've got that ticket, call the National Lottery Line on 0845 910 0000 by 23:00 tonight.
If you live in Hertfordshire then check down the back of the sofa, quick! Because you could be the mystery winner of a £64 million jackpot.
The National Lottery has been desperately searching for a missing millionaire for months, after a winning ticket was bought in, or around, Stevenage or Hitchin in June.
Now there are just hours to go until the ticket expires.
If the winner fails to come forward by 23:00 tonight, the money will go to charity.
46 year-old single mother Julie Styles from Stanford-Le-Hope is celebrating after she won £1.6m on the lottery. She picked the numbers for the April 14th draw but did not realise that she had won for a week. Her son has requested a new mobile phone while her daughter wants an ensuite bathroom.