Man accepts lottery jackpot in 'Scream' mask

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Some lottery winners go to great lengths to remain anonymous - and one person who hit the jackpot just took that to a scary new level.

"My head hurt me for three days because I was thinking so much".

A CBS affiliate KDKA reported that a man did not want to reveal his identity while claiming his prize money of $158,400,000 Jamaican dollars, or roughly $1,171,424 in US currency.

Well, one lottery victor in Jamaica has answered that question in the most brilliant way possible, claiming his cheque while wearing the famous mask from slasher horror movie Scream. "I won!' From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick", the victor said.

He added: "I had a belly ache for two weeks, sometimes I feel so much pain I forgot that I had won".

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Supreme Ventures runs the lottery in several Caribbean islands.

It had taken 54 days for Campbell to claim his ticket, causing the Super Lotto parent company, Supreme Ventures Limited, to put out ads urging the victor not let the 90-day deadline to claim winnings expire.

"Sure enough they wrote me the one dollar cheque and had me hold it up and took the picture", Heep said.

Campbell appeared to have contemplated how to responsibly handle the money. I won!' From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick.

The lucky victor said he planned to buy a "nice house" and expand his business. "I don't beg, I don't borrow", he added. So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money. "I love to have money", says Mr Campbell.