“Geez, your good Jane!” – Britain’s youngest EuroMillions winner celebrates yet ANOTHER winning bet


BRITAIN’S youngest EuroMillions winner has celebrated yet another successful football bet after potentially pocketing over £500.

Jane Park posted the snap of footy accumulator win to Twitter writing “thank u x”

The 22-year-old put the four game accumulator bet on yesterday (TUE) with both English and Scottish teams on the list.

The lucky Scot placed £20 on the betting clip and predicted two wins and two draws from the selection, turning over a potentiall profit of £512.

Although it’s unclear if Jane cashed out her winnings at £348 before the end of final game.

It’s not the first time the young lotto winner from Niddrie, Edinburgh has come into fortune at the bookies.

Earlier this year she made £584.18 from the three bets including darts and football.

While she made hundreds betting on the Scottish boxer Josh Taylor during his bout against fighting ace Ohara Davies.

Commenting on her recent lucky winning strike, followers on Twitter congratulated her and asked is she had “inside information.”

@milligan_oshea wrote: “Jammmy”

@Flexer73 said: “Geez your good Jane!”

@mfc_ben responded: “Need some of that luck.”

@Jlogan1888 commented: “You got inside information lol”

Earlier this week Jane, from Edinburgh, tweeted about an alleged “poo” incident at a popular nightclub Why Not.

Writing online she said: “Can not believe c*** were pure getting evacuated last night from led room because someone decided to drop there pants and take a shite like I’m f****** howling.”

She later added: “Some c**t hasn’t just sent me a pic of someone’s pure s**t on the floor like, nah a wanty be sick everywhere.”

A spokeswoman for Why Not was asked about claims a poo had resulted in an evacuation of the LED room.

She said: “There was no evacuation. There was an incident that
happened, but it wasn’t evacuated.

“I can’t say any more than that.”

Why Not is one of Edinburgh’s longest running nightclubs and their website states that they play a range of music styles from RnB to chart, house, dance and club classics.