Trending: All change! Bus workers claim £38m EuroMillions jackpot – then quit
We've all been there: you wait two months for a EuroMillions winner and then five come along at once.
Last Friday's £38m winning ticket was again from the UK. It was the fifth time in a row that the winner has come from these shores, a trend that started on January 20.
While the identity of the winners can't be confirmed until later today (or at all, if they choose to remain anonymous), it has been widely reported that the winning ticket came from a syndicate of 12 employees at the Stagecoach bus depot in Corby, Northants, including Aston Martin fanatic John Noakes.
The group are believed to have taken Saturday off after celebrating the previous night's win. Rumours also swirled around Twitter that one driver walked off the bus he had been driving as soon as he heard the news.
All change, please.
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