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What a chav lottery winner does with his lottery winnings!

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banned6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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sad,tragic,pathetic person who suddenly found he had loads of friends when he had money and now they have vanished he can crawl back under the rock he came from-complete scumbag and a disgrace to humanity.
banned#3
barky
sad,tragic,pathetic person who suddenly found he had loads of friends when he had money and now they have vanished he can crawl back under the rock he came from-complete scumbag and a disgrace to humanity.


+1
#4
barky
sad,tragic,pathetic person who suddenly found he had loads of friends when he had money and now they have vanished he can crawl back under the rock he came from-complete scumbag and a disgrace to humanity.


And what make you so much better ?
#5
barky
sad,tragic,pathetic person who suddenly found he had loads of friends when he had money and now they have vanished he can crawl back under the rock he came from-complete scumbag and a disgrace to humanity.


+2 :thumbsup:
#6
abacus
+2 :thumbsup:


+ 3
#7
What's the story?
#8
lol theres a group on facebook called

CHAV stands for 'council house and violence'
#9
Met-Cast
What's the story?
Man who won lottery and spent the money how he wanted is selling his house, jealous 'holier than thou' daily mail readers therefore judge him without actually knowing anything about him
banned#10
Met-Cast
What's the story?


Michael Carroll (born 29 March 1983), born in Swaffham, Norfolk, UK, is a former binman who won £9.7 million on the National Lottery in November 2002, aged 19. His biography written by Sean Boru, entitled Careful What You Wish For (ISBN 1-844-54313-7), was published by John Blake Publishing in October 2006.

As a multi-millionaire, the self-proclaimed "Chavvy McChavChav," known by the press as the "Lotto Lout", immediately bought four homes, a holiday villa in Spain, two convertible BMWs along with two Mercedes-Benz cars and several quad bikes. Sources close to him claim that Carroll, who wears a large amount of gold jewellery and has been in constant trouble with the law for using drugs and committing other crimes, has spent "untold thousands" on substance abuse.

In 2005, Carroll participated in a celebrity boxing match where he was apparently defeated by Mark Smith, formerly a star of TV show Gladiators under the name Rhino, but the fight was officially declared a draw by the judges.

Also in 2006, he was the subject of the documentary Michael Carroll: King of Chavs.

Carroll proudly sports a tattoo of the Northern Irish paramilitary organisation Ulster Defence Association and, as a fan of Rangers FC, invested up to a million pounds of his winnings in Rangers Financial Management, from whom the football club receive a share of profits on the financial services they sell.

He is currently estranged from his wife Sandra Aiken and daughter Brooke and has had a child with hairdresser girlfriend Gemma Peake.

In February 2006, he was jailed for nine months for affray.

Carroll had reportedly spent almost his entire fortune within 18 months on extravagant houses, cars for demolition derby races in his back garden, and gold jewellery. Later convicted of cocaine possession, it was claimed he has only £500,000 left.

In 2004, he was banned from driving for six months after being caught at the wheel of his new £49,000 BMW without L-plates and insurance.

Shortly after being released from prison at the end of June 2006, Carroll took out a loan in order to keep his houses and maintain his "party lifestyle". The BBC has reported that he is almost broke, having spent his fortune on new homes, drugs, parties, jewellery and cars.

In August 2006, Carroll denied rumours that he was broke.

However as of February 2010, he revealed that he was back on the dole having spent all of his money on crack cocaine, gambling, his family and friends, electronic goods, cars, prostitutes and gold.

On 18th February 2010, he was declared bankrupt, with his ruined mansion being put up for sale.
banned#11
iNSOMANiAC
Man who won lottery and spent the money how he wanted is selling his house, jealous 'holier than thou' daily mail readers therefore judge him without actually knowing anything about him


No, there's more to it than that. He actually IS a worthless, violent chav. This has been well documented.

Anyone who has watched or read any form of news over the past 5 or so years knows how bad he is and what a disgrace he's been
banned#12
iNSOMANiAC
Man who won lottery and spent the money how he wanted is selling his house, jealous 'holier than thou' daily mail readers therefore judge him without actually knowing anything about him


See post 11 :p
banned#13
DLM
Michael Carroll (born 29 March 1983), born in Swaffham, Norfolk, UK, is a former binman who won £9.7 million on the National Lottery in November 2002, aged 19. His biography written by Sean Boru, entitled Careful What You Wish For (ISBN 1-844-54313-7), was published by John Blake Publishing in October 2006.

As a multi-millionaire, the self-proclaimed "Chavvy McChavChav," known by the press as the "Lotto Lout", immediately bought four homes, a holiday villa in Spain, two convertible BMWs along with two Mercedes-Benz cars and several quad bikes. Sources close to him claim that Carroll, who wears a large amount of gold jewellery and has been in constant trouble with the law for using drugs and committing other crimes, has spent "untold thousands" on substance abuse.

In 2005, Carroll participated in a celebrity boxing match where he was apparently defeated by Mark Smith, formerly a star of TV show Gladiators under the name Rhino, but the fight was officially declared a draw by the judges.

Also in 2006, he was the subject of the documentary Michael Carroll: King of Chavs.

Carroll proudly sports a tattoo of the Northern Irish paramilitary organisation Ulster Defence Association and, as a fan of Rangers FC, invested up to a million pounds of his winnings in Rangers Financial Management, from whom the football club receive a share of profits on the financial services they sell.

He is currently estranged from his wife Sandra Aiken and daughter Brooke and has had a child with hairdresser girlfriend Gemma Peake.

In February 2006, he was jailed for nine months for affray.

Carroll had reportedly spent almost his entire fortune within 18 months on extravagant houses, cars for demolition derby races in his back garden, and gold jewellery. Later convicted of cocaine possession, it was claimed he has only £500,000 left.

In 2004, he was banned from driving for six months after being caught at the wheel of his new £49,000 BMW without L-plates and insurance.

Shortly after being released from prison at the end of June 2006, Carroll took out a loan in order to keep his houses and maintain his "party lifestyle". The BBC has reported that he is almost broke, having spent his fortune on new homes, drugs, parties, jewellery and cars.

In August 2006, Carroll denied rumours that he was broke.

However as of February 2010, he revealed that he was back on the dole having spent all of his money on crack cocaine, gambling, his family and friends, electronic goods, cars, prostitutes and gold.

On 18th February 2010, he was declared bankrupt, with his ruined mansion being put up for sale.



Nothing quite like a story with a happy ending.
#14
guv
Nothing quite like a story with a happy ending.


Warms the soul doesn't it. lol
#15
DLM
Michael Carroll (born 29 March 1983), born in Swaffham, Norfolk, UK, is a former binman who won £9.7 million on the National Lottery in November 2002, aged 19. His biography written by Sean Boru, entitled Careful What You Wish For (ISBN 1-844-54313-7), was published by John Blake Publishing in October 2006.

As a multi-millionaire, the self-proclaimed "Chavvy McChavChav," known by the press as the "Lotto Lout", immediately bought four homes, a holiday villa in Spain, two convertible BMWs along with two Mercedes-Benz cars and several quad bikes. Sources close to him claim that Carroll, who wears a large amount of gold jewellery and has been in constant trouble with the law for using drugs and committing other crimes, has spent "untold thousands" on substance abuse.

In 2005, Carroll participated in a celebrity boxing match where he was apparently defeated by Mark Smith, formerly a star of TV show Gladiators under the name Rhino, but the fight was officially declared a draw by the judges.

Also in 2006, he was the subject of the documentary Michael Carroll: King of Chavs.

Carroll proudly sports a tattoo of the Northern Irish paramilitary organisation Ulster Defence Association and, as a fan of Rangers FC, invested up to a million pounds of his winnings in Rangers Financial Management, from whom the football club receive a share of profits on the financial services they sell.

He is currently estranged from his wife Sandra Aiken and daughter Brooke and has had a child with hairdresser girlfriend Gemma Peake.

In February 2006, he was jailed for nine months for affray.

Carroll had reportedly spent almost his entire fortune within 18 months on extravagant houses, cars for demolition derby races in his back garden, and gold jewellery. Later convicted of cocaine possession, it was claimed he has only £500,000 left.

In 2004, he was banned from driving for six months after being caught at the wheel of his new £49,000 BMW without L-plates and insurance.

Shortly after being released from prison at the end of June 2006, Carroll took out a loan in order to keep his houses and maintain his "party lifestyle". The BBC has reported that he is almost broke, having spent his fortune on new homes, drugs, parties, jewellery and cars.

In August 2006, Carroll denied rumours that he was broke.

However as of February 2010, he revealed that he was back on the dole having spent all of his money on crack cocaine, gambling, his family and friends, electronic goods, cars, prostitutes and gold.

On 18th February 2010, he was declared bankrupt, with his ruined mansion being put up for sale.


Thanks. :thumbsup:.

Damn I would've used the money carefully!

iNSOMINIAC is he your brother or something? Instead of just disagreeing like a 5 year old stubborn kid. How about giving some facts about why he isn't soo bad after all?
banned#16
It's a lottery.

But I do ove it when people who work hard in their rubbish 9-5 jobs begrudge a person from winning it and laugh as he falls into 'despair'.

Most responses are 'waaaaaahhhhh why couldn't it be me - it's so unfair!'
banned#17
DanJackson
No, there's more to it than that. He actually IS a worthless, violent chav. This has been well documented.

Anyone who has watched or read any form of news over the past 5 or so years knows how bad he is and what a disgrace he's been


You'd probably have to have read something like the Mail or The Sun to really get a proper dose of middle-class/upper-working class outrage at this.

It's along the lines of those bankers bonus stories or the MP expenses stories - basically, anything where somebody is getting something the reader isn't and they can feel all indignant about it.
#18
barky
sad,tragic,pathetic person who suddenly found he had loads of friends when he had money and now they have vanished he can crawl back under the rock he came from-complete scumbag and a disgrace to humanity.


iNSOMANiAC
And what make you so much better ?


your having a laugh with your reply !!!
#19
Met-Cast
What's the story?


iNSOMANiAC
Man who won lottery and spent the money how he wanted is selling his house, jealous 'holier than thou' daily mail readers therefore judge him without actually knowing anything about him


your the one that dosn't actually know anything about him, i suggest you watch & read up on the pond life :x
#20
richp
your the one that dosn't actually know anything about him, i suggest you watch & read up on the pond life :x


Thanks! :x
banned#21
FilthAndFurry
You'd probably have to have read something like the Mail or The Sun to really get a proper dose of middle-class/upper-working class outrage at this.

It's along the lines of those bankers bonus stories or the MP expenses stories - basically, anything where somebody is getting something the reader isn't and they can feel all indignant about it.


I've never wasted my money on doing the lottery and certainly don't begrudge anyone that scoops the jackpot to live the dream. This guy was obnoxious and a complete nightmare to his neighbours with the drug fueled violent benders he went on. I can see why you'd look up and aspire to be him.
banned#22
guv
I've never wasted my money on doing the lottery and certainly don't begrudge anyone that scoops the jackpot to live the dream. This guy was obnoxious and a complete nightmare to his neighbours with the drug fueled violent benders he went on. I can see why you'd look up and aspire to be him.


I don't look up or aspire to be him anymore than I look up or aspire to be someone like you;-)
banned#23
FilthAndFurry
I don't look up or aspire to be him anymore than I look up or aspire to be someone like you;-)


Ah, so its just a jealousy thing.

Thanks for clearing that up.
#24
a monkey with money and no brains! LOL
#25
A fool and his money are soon parted
banned#26
guv;7881617
Nothing quite like a story with a happy ending.

Indeed, a very good news day! :-D

Cant believe some muppets are sticking up for the king of chavs!

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