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A newsagent in Worcester has described how a woman claiming to have the unclaimed lottery ticket worth £33m came into his shop and told him how the precious piece of paper had been put through the wash.
Speaking to ITV News, Natu Patel said the woman appeared "nervous" when she started to tell him the story.
He said the numbers were visible but the serial number and barcode was faded but he advised her to send the ticket to Camelot which she has done.
Mr Patel added that if his store is the origin of the winning ticket it will be "bingo, bingo for everyone".
The winning numbers were 26,27,46,47,52 and 58.
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One of two winning ticket-holders for Saturday night's Lotto has come forward to claim their prize, Camelot has confirmed.
The National Lottery operator said that it had received a claim on one of the tickets and further security checks would take place.
A spokesperson for Camelot explained that the earliest the ticket can be validated and the prize paid out is Monday, when the banks are back open.
The ticket-holder can then decide whether to share their news or remain anonymous.
No further information will be disclosed unless the ticket-holder chooses to share their news.
There are two winners of the record National Lottery jackpot, sharing a total of £66 million, lottery organisers have said.
The two winners both matched six winning numbers.
A National Lottery spokesperson said:
What an amazing way to start off the New Year.
Two players shared tonight’s biggest-ever Lotto jackpot, and each ticket-holder will be starting 2016 £33 million richer.
The winning Lotto numbers are: 58, 47, 27, 46, 52, 26 and the bonus number is 48.
The results of the Lotto Raffle have been announced on the National Lottery website.
Lottery ticket buyers are automatically entered into the Lotto Raffle, with one person winning £1 million and a further 20 winning £20,000.
Meanwhile Lotto players await the announcement of who has won tonight's record jackpot, expected at around 11.30pm.