Man Won £58M Lottery And Treats Friends To A Luxurious Dubai Holiday

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Winning a lottery can tremendously change your life. While big money connotes big challenges, people are continually proving they’re ever prepared for it. A man won £58 million on the lottery and treated seven of his friends to a luxurious holiday in Dubai. 

38-Year-Old Ryan Hoyle from Rochdale won £58 million on the lottery and treated seven of his friends to a luxurious holiday in Dubai

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38-Year-Old Ryan Hoyle and his close friends flew to the United Arab Emirates City where they all lodged at a 5-star penthouse and drank £1700 bottles of champagne. According to The Sun, Mr. Hoyle from Rochdale was declared winner during the EuroMillions draw in April 2020 but couldn’t celebrate loudly due to the global pandemic.

Hoyle was declared winner during the EuroMillions draw in April 2020 but couldn’t celebrate loudly due to the global pandemic

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‘I have known all the lads for around 20years and wanted to treat them to a trip they would never forget.’ Hoyle told The Sun. An estimated £20,000 is reported to have been spent at the five Jumeriah Village Hotel for two top-floor penthouses with private terrace. The men enjoyed 6L bottles of Laurent Perrier champagne and £1700 6L bottles of Ciroc Vodka. 

Ryan and his close friends flew to the United Arab Emirates City where they all lodged at a 5-star penthouse and drank £1700 bottles of champagne

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Accordingly, Hoyle’s friends flew in the economy due to seats’ unavailability but enjoyed first-class return flights, which cost £6000 each. They were treated to individual cabins with plasma screens and full-size beds. 

Hoyle is a dad to an 11-Year-Old daughter. He plans on taking her to Disneyland Florida after the pandemic eases

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‘He’s the best friend anyone could have. There’s never been anything flash about him, and the win hasn’t changed him a bit. He’s still the same great guy. I am used to lager and burgers at stag dos with the lads in Spain, but there were absolutely no expenses spared in Dubai.’ Peter Garry, a friend of Hoyle, explained. He acknowledged that he and the group had the best week of their lives. 

An estimated £20,000 is spent at the five Jumeriah Village Hotel for two top-floor penthouses with private terrace

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However, Hoyle is a dad to an 11-Year-Old daughter, and he does have plans to treat her with a trip to Disneyland Florida immediately after the pandemic eases.