A lorry driver and his wife who won £3.6 million on the EuroMillions said their first purchase was a £17 back-scratcher. Lee Kuchczynski, 52, said he was in Yorkshire driving his HGV when wife Helen, 58, rang to tell him they had become millionaires after matching five numbers and a Lucky Star in the draw on Tuesday July 12. Asked about his first purchase, he said: “I bought a new back-scratcher because I snapped my other one at work so I bought an expensive one worth £17 instead of £8!"
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