A lottery winner in Australia who seemingly wished to remain anonymous picked quite the mask to hide his face.Dressed in a mask of”Ghostface” — a character in the”Jason” movies with a touch white face and long, wide-opened mouth — that the winner, only recognized as Peter A., collected his winnings of roughly $158,400,000 in Australian dollars, that equates to over $1,171,400 in US dollars. Peter, according to the Australia Star, became sick when he found out he won the Super Lotto in November, after buying a ticket for $1.48.”I found out [I won] the exact same night,” he said.
“Normally, I would write down the numbers by the televised draw, then eat and then go and check my numbers. I looked at my ticket [that ] and ran into my bathroom and said’I won! I won!'”He reportedly picked up his test on Feb. 5.
He said while he’s alright, he feels”just a little numb, a little bit” after his win.Peter appeared to have contemplated how to responsibly deal with the money.”I wish to find a nice house. I have
not found it yet, but I’ll be looking for you soon. I love to take care of money. I don’t beg, I don’t borrow,” he said.”So I am taking a look at things that may turn over the cash. I have a business that is tiny, so I plan to make it larger, purchase an apartment. I really like to have money.” Peter isn’t the first Super Lotto winner to protect their identity following their triumph. Back in June, a woman who won $180,900,000 in money wore a winking face mask to conceal that she was.