A LOTTERY prize of £58 million has still not been paid two months after it was claimed.
The mega sum was won on the EuroMillions draw on March 17.
The huge prize was won in the March 17 EuroMillions draw - and the winning ticket was bought in South Ayrshire in Scotland.
The player matched all five balls and two lucky stars to scoop an eye watering £57,869,670.
It was around a month later that a punter contacted operator Camelot.
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But the prize remains on its “unclaimed” list.
A Camelot spokesman said: “The prizes listed have either not been claimed or have not yet been validated and paid.”
The spokesman would not say if there was a problem with the claim but added: "We will let you know when there is an update."
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