Leicester City owner wins £2.5m at casino

Leicester City owner wins £2.5m at casino

Three days after his club, Leicester City, won English premier league following the score draw Chelsea and Tottenham played last Monday, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha raked in £2.5million at a casino.

According to The Sun, the 58-year-old Thai billionaire has been partying ever since Leicester City became champions on Monday night.

The report said he and his friends visited the city’s Genting Casino, on Wednesday, and after session on the card tables, he walked out with enough money to pay for all the Mercedes cars he promised to give his players to mark their triumph.

It was also reported that Srivaddhanaprabha, who is ranked by Forbes as Thailand’s fourth richest man is prepared to offer increased deals to his squad to ensure there is no break-up of the side that produced one of sport’s biggest ever sensations.

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