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Luxury Ways To Splash Mega-Cash
After one lucky winner scooped a staggering £93 million jackpot in last night's EuroMillions draw, they are now in a position to buy everything from private islands to superstar footballers.
Here is a look at some of the luxuries on which the millionaire ticketholder could splash their considerable winnings.
:: Last night's earnings could be put towards staging a mini Formula 1 race for the winner's enjoyment. The estimated cost of building an F1 car ranges from £6 million to £9 million, allowing them to host at least a 10-car race with some change left over.
:: Commercial space trips would also be within the financial orbit of last night's winner - 581 trips to space, to be exact. Virgin Galactic hopes to launch paying customers into the stratosphere in the next few years, charging #160,000 per ticket.
:: A private island on each of the world's oceans is another investment they could make. Options include a sandy paradise off the coast of the United Arab Emirates for a reported £11 million and a 100-acre island near Fiji in the South Pacific for #2.8 million.
:: Flash timepieces could be purchased by the thousands, including a £40,000, 18-carat gold Audemars Piguet watch or a #50,000 Titanium Tag piece. If the jackpot winner fancied a particularly extravagant purchase, the 24-carat gold Corpus Clock in Cambridge - which features a time-eating cockroach statue on top of it - was constructed for around £1 million and unveiled by Professor Stephen Hawking in 2008.
:: Expensive artwork could also adorn the walls of the ticketholder's potentially multimillion-pound estate. Some of the priciest paintings of all time - including Francis Bacon's £89 million studies of Lucian Freud and Jackson Pollock's similarly valued No. 5, 1948 - fall comfortably within the price range.
:: A number of the world's most expensive jets would fit on to the shopping list, including a £41 million Gulfstream G650 - currently one of the fastest private business jets on the market, which is equipped with a full kitchen and bar.
:: The services of Welsh footballer Gareth Bale were snapped up by Real Madrid for roughly £85 million in 2013, meaning this lucky winner theoretically has the money to commission his talents. Offering everything from world-class football experience to impressive basketball skills and gradually improving Spanish, Bale would make a fine addition to any millionaire's estate.
:: A thrill-seeking high-roller would be able to turn their garden into an adrenaline junkie's paradise, by filling it with world-famous rollercoasters. Thorpe Park's Nemesis Inferno was built for £8 million and Alton Tower's vertical-drop rollercoaster Oblivion cost £12 million to construct, meaning several dozen could be thrown up on a £93 million budget.
It's claimed the move will deplete services in some of the city's most deprived areas.
Jim McCafferty, 71, who was involved in football in Scotland and Ireland from the 1980s.
The 36-year-old Czech national was arrested on Saturday.
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