A 55-year-old convicted bank robber, Timothy Elliott, who is not supposed to gamble but won $1 Million in the $800 Million Spectacular game at a supermarket in Hyannis.

Elliott was placed on probation after pleading guilty in Oct. 2006 to unarmed robbery at a bank. Under terms of his probation, he “may not gamble, purchase lottery tickets or visit an establishment where gaming is conducted, including restaurants where Keno may be played.”

Elliott has collected the first $50,000 check from the Massachusetts lottery commission. However, it will be up to the court to determine what will happen with Elliott’s winnings.

Anyway, he has to turn up for the court hearing on Dec. 7, 2007 over whether he violated his 5-years probation’s terms.