Young Arsenal fan cracks code to win £400k solid gold Prime bottle
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A young Arsenal fan has won a solid gold bottle of Prime worth over £400,000 after winning a challenge set by KSI and Logan Paul.
The social media sensations founded the energy drink Prime two years ago, and it's fair to say it's been a roaring success.
To celebrate reaching the 1 billion sales mark, KSI and Paul set a unique challenge for their fans.
They gave their fans the chance to take home a golden Prime bottle, worth over £400,000, with one in London and one in New York.
However, both bottles were encased in bulleproof glass, with fans needing to crack a six-digit code to retrieve the bottles.
The duo explained in a video: "Each person only has one guess and only 20 seconds to make that guess.
"If the code is not guessed correctly within 48 hours, the torches inside the case will ignite and the gold Prime bottle will be incinerated completely."
You might have expected some maths boffin to crack the code, but the winner of the London bottle - which was based at 1/15 Shaftesbury Ave, W1J 9HT - was a young Arsenal supporter called Hugh.
A relative of the youngster took to X - formerly Twitter - to confirm the news.
Shane Lanigan posted a photo of Hugh posing with the bottle with the caption: "Thanks KSI for the present in the London shop! Hugh cracked the code! Best birthday present ever!"
Shane followed that up with some more photos of Hugh receiving the bottle from KSI and having a chat with his hero.
"@KSI a legend! Made this KSI/Prime/Arsenal fan very happy!" he tweeted.
As if Hugh's weekend wasn't good enough, his beloved Arsenal earned a 3-1 win against Burnley on Saturday afternoon, moving level on points with Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table.