Young Euromillions winner Jane Park has said that winning £1 million was a disaster for her - and now, presumably, she's even more upset.
The 21-year-old picked Leicester, Walsall, Blackpool, Plymouth and FC United of Manchester to win late last week - and won £1,222 with her £20 accumulator bet.
"Happy Saturday!" she posted on Facebook.
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This latest win follows a period of ups and downs for Jane. After her Euromillions win, she bought a house in Prestonpans, near Edinburgh for £169,995. However, four years on, she's now sold it for £189,000 and plans, according to the Mail, to move back in with her mother - as she's been feeling lonely.
The three-bedroom house was described in the listing as an 'exceptional three bed semi detached villa with enclosed south-facing rear garden'. It was, the agents added, "finished off to a high specification throughout and is enhanced by contemporary interior and quality fittings".
Jane had furnished the house with dramatic red-and-silver living room furniture - but got rid of it on Facebook last December when the house sold.
She's also due to face drink driving charges at Edinburgh Sheriff Court this week.
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Some people do just seem to be born lucky, and Jane is by no means the only person to have a winning streak - indeed, some people have had far more extraordinary repeat wins.
Last summer, for example, North Carolina cancer patient Gina Short won the top $250,000 prize in the state's All or Nothing lottery draw - just a few months after winning $1 million in a different game.
In the UK, David and Kathleen Long won £1 million in 2013 - and then, two years later won the same amount, this time with a dream car thrown in.
But the luckiest lottery family we know of are the Frys. Last summer, Peter and Mary, along with their three daughters, took home a £1 million win on the National Lottery.
Their win came less than a year after daughter Margaret scooped £20,000 as a lottery raffle prize, and six years after Peter's cousin Annette Brown won £1.15 million on the lottery.