The man who scooped £148 million in Friday's Euromillions lottery draw has said he would love to use some of the money to get the original Guns N' Roses line-up to perform together once again.
Adrian Bayford told The Sun of his dream to see the band play together again, and revealed that he was willing to use his new found fortune to help make it happen.
The music shop owner said that he as a 'real fan' of the group, and although Axl and Slash haven't played together in almost 20 years, a little financial sweetener might be just what the rockers need to get back together.
"I think I would just have to get Guns N' Roses together — the original line-up, mind," said Bayford. "I am a real fan."
Troubled actor Charlie Sheen recently slammed Axl Rose whilst making a speech at Slash's walk of fame' ceremony. The 'Hot Shots' star said "It's quite fitting that Slash is getting a star on the very street Axl Rose will one day be sleeping on."
Below: Guns N Roses live in Liverpool