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Sorry, it’s not you! Grandad denied £80k win as Camelot blame scratchcard blunder

A GRANDFATHER who missed out on an £80,000 National Lottery prize because of a printing error was outraged yesterday after Lotto chiefs sent him eight scratchcards as an apology.

Tom Gray thought he had won £80k until Camelot revealed it to be a printing error [JIM BENNETT]

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Tom Gray, 75, thought he had hit the jackpot after uncovering what seemed to be two matching symbols on a Lucky Streak card last December.

But when he tried to claim the prize from operator Camelot, he was told the winning pair was a printing error.

Mr Gray, of Harold Hill, Essex, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last October, said: “I just think they are taking the mick.

“I suppose in their minds they have done a generous thing.

“I just feel like they are putting two ­fingers up and saying ‘get out of that’.”

The card shows two matching symbols next to the £80,000 prize yet the winnings have been denied [NEWSTEAM]

I just feel like they are putting two ­fingers up and saying ‘get out of that’

Mr Gray said he had hoped to split the money between his four children and eight grandchildren.

He added: “For me, I couldn’t care less, I don’t need the £80,000, but my grandchildren could use it. I’ve got one who’s 24 and is getting married – it could help them get a foot on the housing ladder.”

Camelot said: “Due to an isolated fault with one of the print heads, this particular scratchcard had been printed with some of the game play data missing.

“We appreciate the disappointment caused as a result of this error, and apologised to the player and thanked him for bringing the matter to our attention.

“Faults of this nature are extremely rare. Out of a print run of almost 16 million cards, we have received only one other ­complaint of this nature. We are currently working with the manufacturer to minimise the risk of this happening again.”

But Mr Gray added: “I feel cheated, the honourable thing would have been to accept that the fault was theirs, not mine.”

His daughter Alison Gray, 51, said: “I think some people should be given the benefit of the doubt. He was certain he had won.”

She has asked the Gambling Commission to launch an investigation into the matter.

A GRANDFATHER who missed out on an £80,000 National Lottery prize because of a printing error was outraged yesterday after Lotto chiefs sent him eight scratchcards as an apology. ]]>