Happy ending after the mega bankruptcy on "Happy Day": After a wrong millionaire had been announced shortly before Christmas in the SRF program, the real winner is now known: Kurt Huber (85) from Sissach BL can look forward to Million,
Shortly before Christmas, "Happy Day" was a big mistake! The live TV winner was not drawn into the draw, so it has been repeated. Now the real winner is set.
Swisslos briefed the pensioner by phone shortly after ten o'clock in the morning, as Willy Messmer, spokeswoman for Swisslo's look, explains: "Mr. Huber was very happy that
Huber wants to support project in Romania
Blick already confronted Huber on Sunday that he could be the new millionaire. At that time, the pensioner reacted in astonishment: "Real? I didn't know I could win the million now. I thought it was done. Out and over. The SRF just told me I'd be invited back to the February show. No more."
The senior will spend the money to fund a project in Romania. The trained organ builder will make people into friends who are not as good as he is. "I've always had enough money available. I want to help young people and give them a perspective. The money will flow directly to the people so they can be supported locally. Not that money gets stuck with any questionable organization.
How did the super break?
German singer Herbert Grönemeyer signed a millionaire in the "Happy Day" broadcast on December 22, which had no right to draw! The names of the people were shown in the background of the studio on a screen and the possible winners were waiting for the phone to see if their name was drawn. Grönemeyer entered the box, drew a winner and read: "Andreas Bürkli, Zurich." But this name was never shown on the screen! And on the phone it wasn't Bürkli.
"Due to technical issues, the moves had to be done manually. In tribulation eleven came in instead of just ten tickets into the draw drum. The eleventh part of the party belonged to a person who had not been reached by phone and thus was not eligible to participate Ironically, this person was drawn manually, Swisslos spokesman Willy Mesmer said in a statement.