GUNS N' ROSES: Lottery Winner Has a Proposal
A British lottery winner wants to use some of his money to get the original Guns n' Roses lineupback together.
A newly wealthy lottery winner in Britain wants to spend some of his riches to get the original lineup of Guns n' Roses back together. Adrian Bayford, a 41-year-old music shop owner who won $232-million, told reporters about his idea at a press conference. “I’m a real fan,” he announced.
Bayford is a bit more realistic about what else he wants to spend the money on -- a new house, a new car and a lot of Domino’s pizza.