He apparently got sick on the day he found out he won the Super Lotto last November 23, 2018 and waited 54 days to come forward.
Jamaican law states that lottery winners have to pick up their winning check in person, in front of cameras, leading to several recent winners donning masks in a bid to keep their identities secret.
And past year, a judge in New Hampshire in the USA made history after ruling a $US560 million Powerball jackpot victor could remain anonymous after a lengthy legal battle. "I haven't found it yet, but I'll be looking for one soon", he said. "I don't beg, I don't borrow", he told the Jamaican Star.
'So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money.
According to St. Lucia News, a man who won $158 million in the Super Lotto, who identified himself as A. Campbell, claimed the jackpot prize while wearing a mask from the movie "Scream" to help hide his identity.
It took a nail-biting 54 days for him to come forward and claim the prize which has a 90-day deadline.
Campbell, was pictured receiving his enormous cheque and shaking hands with lottery bigwigs while wearing the iconic mask from the Scream film franchise. He plans to buy a home with some of the cash.
"I found out [I won] the same night", he said. "I love to have money".
Campbell is the 17th victor of the Jamaican Super Lotto. Supreme Ventures tweeted photos last week showing him - in costume - collecting his prize, then posing with his giant cheque.
"(Wondering) if what I've been longing for (had) really come true. In June, a woman who won $180,900,000 in Jamaican money wore a winking emoji face mask to hide who she was. "Sometimes I feel so much pain I forgot that I won".