Crook who claimed £4m win ‘with stolen card’ jailed for headbutting girlfriend and trying to pay her off with ‘winnings’ – The Sun
A CROOK who tried claiming a £4million lotto scratchcard win with a "stolen" card has been caged for headbutting his girlfriend and attempting to pay her off with his "winnings".
Mark Goodram, 37, and his pal Jon-Ross Watson, 31, were refused the life-changing win after allegedly using another person’s debit card without permission to win the prize.
Goodram has now been jailed for 25 minutes over a vicious attack on his ex-girlfriend in September last year.
The thug headbutted the victim so hard in the head paramedics could see her bone after he erupted during the boozy row – calling her a "slag".
He then offered her cash from his supposed winnings if she told police she had fallen, Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court heard.
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