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" The three options were: Macintosh computer, Sony Walkman and Post-it notes. But the correct answer was apparently "Sony Walkman".It wasn't long until viewers questioned the answer, because Post-It Notes were launched under the name Press 'n Peel in 1977, before "Post-It Notes" debuted on April 6, 1980.
By the mid-1990s, he was involved in an illegal scheme to sell part of a foreign lottery, and went on the run.This meant he could keep control of the board for as long as he liked.He used most of his savings to buy a plane ticket to California for an audition, and although suspicions were raised, he was allowed to participate. And as technically he wasn't cheating, he was allowed to keep his winnings. He ended up investing all his money into another get-rich-quick-scheme.It wasn't until 2009 that DNA evidence was strong enough to convict him of his crimes.In 2011, he was found guilty of the murders of Richard and Helen Thomas and Peter and Gwenda Dixon. In the end, he finished in second place and took home ,000 when he should have earned a hell of a lot more (the winner that day ended up winning a huge ,000).