By MSN NZ Money staff
A lottery winner who says he's bored in the aftermath of his windfall has revealed his new ambition: to work at a fast food restaurant.
James Green won the $395,000 first prize in the special Easter draw of New Zealand Lotto but has not spent a dollar of his winnings.
The former apprentice welder who was sacked a month before he hit the jackpot ' has instead lived in a spare bedroom at his brother's house, playing video games and living off the interest paid on his prize.
But Mr Green has admitted such an existence "does get a bit boring" but the choice for his next move would surprise many who seek adventure.
"(I'd work at) either McDonald's or Burger King or a supermarket something easy," he told The Press.
McDonalds NZ managing director Mark Hawthorne said the company would "love to have him if he's got some credibility".
But it may not be a long-term proposition: Mr Green wants to blow some of his winnings on a holiday to Disneyland and Las Vegas and also wants to start his own business.
He has also continued buying his regular two lottery tickets: he had previously won several $10 prizes and one $900, but has not won anything since taking the big prize.