"I won!' From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick".
He completed the look with a long jacket, gloves and trousers as well as the iconic mask.
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. "I haven't found it yet, but I'll be looking for one soon", he said. "I don't beg, I don't borrow", he said.
'So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money.
The victor, identified only as A. Campbell, won a prize that amounted to over $1 million USA dollars.
Determined to protect his identity, the victor collected his $1.6 million wearing a scream mask.
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Campbell actually took 54 days to present his winning ticket, and Supreme Ventures had to place advertisements in the media, urging the victor to claim the prize before the 90-day deadline elapsed, according to St. Lucia's The Loop.
"From the day I found out that I won, I've been sick". He plans to buy a home with some of the cash.
With a cool $1.66 million ($158.4 million Jamaican) in his back pocket, the victor, who claimed the lucky lotto numbers came to him in a dream, said his first goal would be to buy a house, overseas media reported. "I love to have money".
Gail Abrahams, the vice-president of marketing communication and sponsorship at Supreme Ventures Limited, the company behind the Super Lotto, told the Jamaican Star many winners chose to don disguises to claim their prize.
Campbell said his head hurt and his belly ached for two weeks, wondering if it was true.
Campbell, the man or woman picked up the cheque in Kingston for $158,400,000 (which equals almost $1.2 million USD) without revealing their identity.