Mystery £58m Euromillions winner has just ONE DAY left to claim massive prize – or lose it forever
A £58million EuroMillions winner has until tomorrow to claim the loot or lose the lot.
The £57,879,670 cheque will go into the fund for good causes at midnight on Sunday if the winner cannot produce proof.
If claimed they would instantly become richer than World Cup winner Paul Pogba, worth an estimated £50million, and One Direction’s Zayn Malik who has £55million.
A £1million pot will also go begging on Wednesday if a winner does not come forward.
The £58million ticket was bought in Ayrshire for the March 17 draw.
The money was won by matching five balls and two stars. The winning numbers were: 5, 7, 8, 16, 20 with the Lucky Stars 2 and 12.
The £1million pot going begging was also a EuroMillions win with a ticket bought in Leeds on March 20.
It was a Millionaire Maker raffle prize with a code of: MGKX92653.
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The highest jackpot to go unclaimed remains a whopping £63.8 million prize from 2012, when a ticket bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Herts was not produced within the six-month deadline.
A host of other huge prizes are also yet to be claimed according to the National Lottery's website.
This includes a winning £1m EuroMillions ticket bought in Leeds drawn on March 20, as well as a £1m ticket drawn on August 1 in Lancashire.
Andy Carter, of the National Lottery, said of the mystery £58m winner: "We are desperate to find this mystery holder and unite them with this massive prize."
If a successful claim is not made then the fortune will go to the good causes fund.
A Camelot spokesman said: "We don't comment on the details of individual prize claims."
He said the prizes listed on their "unclaimed prizes" section have "either not been claimed, or have not yet been validated and paid".
In May he said: "We can confirm that we received a claim but don't comment on the detail of individual claims.
"However, as with all major prizes, the claim goes through a rigorous validation process to ensure the prize can be paid under the National Lottery Game Rules."
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