Old Jakob Leibevitz buys a lottery ticket every Saturday. He's had a difficult life, and sometime or other his luck must change. Well change it did when he won a double roll over jackpot. Being 84 and a holocaust survivor, he is invited down to London to be presented with his cheque in a glitzy presentation ceremony by Dale Winton. After getting his cheque, Dale asks old Jakob if there is anyone he wants to mention, and old Jakob said actually there was a few people he wanted to thank. "Firstly, I'd like to thank my dear wife who has stuck by me through thick and thin" Says old Jakob. "We met in Belsen when I was sent there at 14, and although we lost both our families, we have stayed together ever since, if it wasn't for her I would have given up long before now"...clearly moved, Dale asks him to go on.."Secondly, I'd like to thank the Rabbi for his unstinting support, and helping me through some dark days. His door is always open, and if it wasn't for him, I would not have maintained my faith"....Dale's bottom lip is going big time and he says to old Jakob anyone else? "yes, Mr Patel, in the corner shop, opening his shop all day and all night, if it wasn't for the service he provides to the community, I would never have been able to buy the ticket, and finally, my sincere thanks to Adolf Hitler" "Adolf Hitler?" says Dale completely shocked, "a man widely regarded as the most evil to have walked the planet, a man who ordered and over saw the elimination of 6 million of your brethren, why ever would you want to thank him?" Undoing his cuffs and rolling up his sleeves, Old Jakob says "Well, without these numbers....."