CARPET maker Steve Gibson headed for a night on the tiles after winning £64,000 on ITV's Who Wants To Be A Millionaire show.
Pub quiz fan Steve, 27, of Thornhill, Dewsbury, wants to put a deposit on a house after scooping the cash.
Steve, who works at Scratchards and Sons in Heckmondwike, has been amazed by his new-found stardom after appearing on the show recently.
"I've been treated like a star. People have noticed me in the street and even in the chippy!" he said.
"It was a bit hard to take when I got the call to say I was on the show. Getting into the chair - and winning the cash - was fantastic."
Steve used his 50/50 lifeline for his £500 question. At £16,000 he asked the audience and at £32,000 he phoned his friend Kevin.
His £64,000 question was: "Which person died in the fifteenth century? Was it Samuel Pepys, Francis Drake, Aesop or Dick Whittington."
He correctly answered Dick Whittington.
Steve was not sure of the £125,000 - so with all his lifelines used he decided to take the money.