Whoever wants to be millionaire Winner Donald Fair has been inundated with messages from his old friends begging for money since winning the grand prize on the ITV competition show.
The teacher won the million pound prize in a year ring It aired last month and made history by speeding up testing in record time with just one lifeline.
The 57-year-old revealed that he was inundated with messages from his “old” friends from wherever he followed The jackpot Winning, which led to Jeremy Clarkson hosting him as “Google in the head”.
He received hundreds of unwanted DMS messages from former friends, including classmates in elementary school to classmates during his first year at university.
But the Shropshire-based teacher plans to spend his gains on a modest caravan, flee to Scotland and go around the Outer Hebrides with his 33-year-old wife.
to me the sunMr Veer wrote on social media: “I stumbled upon a really strange begging letter (€ 20,000) from France in my bathroom pit this morning (in addition to the 20 or 30 messages I received via direct messages here).
“I have now discovered a“ spam ”folder in Messenger. It contains 132 messages, including messages from old friends with whom I lost contact years ago.
“We’re talking about Prestwich elementary school, first year at college, etc., plus offers to go to BBC Breakfast, Sky News breakfast program, Radio 5 Live plus dozens of scams.
But the teacher plans to stay in his profession and already knows how to plan to spend his money.
Describing himself as a “slightly democratic socialist,” Mr. Veer said he planned to give at least 70% of his earnings to his family members and spend the remainder on a “comfortable retirement”.
Instead of spending on a new property or luxury sports car with his earnings, Donald said he is happier investing the money in a caravan so he can enjoy a Nave holiday with his wife, Deb.
Mr. Veer used only one Lifeline, 50:50, to win the jackpot, leaving the Phone A Friend and Ask The Host options unused.
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