A man in the UK has opened a record store with his Lotto winnings.
Adrian Bayford – the winner of £148 million in the Euromillions Lotto of 2012 – opened Black Barn Records over the weekend, a second-hand record store located in Cambridge.
As mentioned, the store deals in second hand records as well as well as music and film memorabilia.
This isn’t the first music related purchase from the uber-rich Brit, earlier in the year he picked up over £10,000 of Lady Gaga merch and a rare photo of The Beatles signed by John Lennon right before he died, Cambridge News reports.
Speaking on his new business venture, Bayford says “unlike a lot of the national chains who sell you what they want to sell we cater to what people actually want.”
“Not everyone wants to buy online, we offer a unique experience in the shop, catering from eight-year-olds to 80-year-olds.”
I wonder what else he plans to do with all that cash? Anyway, here is a photo of the man himself in his store holding two Storm Trooper heads. Naturally.
[Source: Fact Mag]