One lucky UK ticket-holder has beaten the odds of one in nearly 140 million to bag Friday night’s EuroMillions jackpot.
The player had a 0.00000072% chance of winning the £76.3 million jackpot but matched all five numbers and two Lucky Stars.
The win is more than the total gross domestic product of Tuvalu and British Overseas Territory Montserrat.
And if islands are to the taste of the winner, they could pick up Pumpkin Key in Florida, Apo Island in the Philippines, the Nengo Nengo Atoll in French Polynesia or hundreds of idyllic islands for sale on PrivateIslandsOnline.com.
An Englishman’s home might be his castle, and the ticket-holder could splash a proportion of their winnings on any number of properties including the Edwardian mansion house with 16 en-suite bedrooms at Kildrummy in Aberdeenshire, on the market for £9.5 million.
One of the more expensive – and rare – cars in the world is within the reach of the jackpot winner.
Only two Koenigsegg CCXR Trevitas were made, with boxer Floyd “Money” Mayweather splashing out 4.8 million dollars (£3.7 million) on his vehicle, described as a “diamond on wheels”.
The car, which has a 4.8 lire V8, can go from 0 to 60mph in 2.9 seconds and tops out at 255mph.
And should the winner’s sweet tooth match their newly found deep pockets, they could purchase more than 250 million Freddos at 30p each, nearly four for every person in the UK.