Specialist – 'lottery winner' may need help
A "FANTASIST" who posed as a millionaire at two Cheltenham shops might need professional help, according to a behaviour expert.
Staff at Cheltenham Kitchener, in Montpellier, were left scratching their heads when a customer claimed he had won £54 million on the lottery and proceeded to pick out items totalling £6,000.
When he was asked to pay, he said he needed to go outside for a moment – then promptly disappeared.
Staff at furniture store Wesley Barrel said they had a similar experience.
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Rod Booth, a psychotherapist at behaviour specialists Clarity, said: "It's something I have come across before.
"This kind of behaviour could well be part of a 'high' if the person is bipolar.
"It means he may get a kick out of being in control of a situation and acting out the part of a millionaire.
"Sadly, if he is going around shops doing this, he may not be getting the medical attention he needs."