A Suffolk man who won a £148m Euromillions jackpot is becoming as famous for his down-to-earth attitude as his new found wealth.
Adrian Bayford, 41, has gone back to work at his musical instrument store in Haverhill, Suffolk despite becoming one of the richest men in the country.
One shopper said: "He was behind the counter and just seemed perfectly normal. He's obviously a nice guy.
"The shop seemed quite busy. Whether that's because they wanted to buy a guitar, or because they wanted to look at the lottery millionaire, I don't know."
The Bayfords have splashed out on a new car - a relatively modest £17,000 Ford Kuga 4x4 family car, reports the Daily Mail.
One local resident said: "It's a really nice car, very new and shiny, but not what you expect a multi-millionaire to own."
Mr Bayford's wife Gillian, 40, a hospital healthcare assistant, is planning to leave her job to spend more time with children Aimee, six, and Cameron, four.
The Bayfords won the second largest lottery jackpot in British history in August and celebrated with takeaway pizzas.
They are still living in the same four-bedroom detached house and when they went on holiday it was to share a caravan in Scotland with Gillian's parents.