A lucky winner has come forward to claim a $1.6bn (£1.32bn) Mega Millions lottery jackpot in the US.
The ticket was bought at a Publix supermarket in Neptune Beach, near Jacksonville in Florida.
However, the winner sat on the ticket for a while as the numbers were drawn at the start of August.
Under state law, their name must stay anonymous for 90 days.
It’s the third-biggest US lottery prize ever – the largest was a $2.04bn (£1.68bn) jackpot in November 2022.
The largest UK prize was in July 2022 when a mystery winner scooped £195m in the EuroMillions.
The Florida winner must now decide if they want a much-reduced lump sum or the full amount divided over 30 annual payments.
Whatever they choose, federal taxes will take a huge chunk.
Lottery bosses did not say which option they had gone for but nearly everyone takes a one-off payment.
However, an anonymous winner in Virginia in March 2023 went for a $156.7m (£129m) yearly payment instead.
Before then, the last time someone had chosen the annuity was 2014.
Mega Millions is played in 45 states, Washington DC and the US Virgin Islands.