'Coughing Major' Charles Ingram spotted running jewellery stall in Bath

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'Coughing Major' Charles Ingram mans a jewellery stall at a market in Bath 18 years after Who Wants To Be A Millionaire cheating scandal Charles Ingram has been spotted flogging jewellery at a market stall in Bath Was disgraced by coughing scandal on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in 2001 He and wife Diana also declared themselves bankrupt for a fourth time in August New ITV drama 'Quiz' starring Michael Sheen as show host Chris Tarrant will explore the scandal

By William Cole For Mailonline

Published: 16:00 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 16:05 GMT, 1 December 2019

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Disgraced quiz contestant Charles Ingram appears to be down on his luck - after he was spotted flogging cheap jewellery from a market stall.

The 56-year-old former Army major is possibly looking to make some extra cash from the venture at the city of Bath's Christmas market after he declared himself bankrupt earlier this year. 

Ingram notoriously cheated his way to win £1 million on gameshow Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? in 2001.

Disgraced quiz contestant Charles Ingram appears to be down on his luck - after he was spotted flogging cheap jewellery from a market stall

Disgraced quiz contestant Charles Ingram appears to be down on his luck - after he was spotted flogging cheap jewellery from a market stall

The 56-year-old former Army major might be looking to make some extra cash from the venture at the city of Bath's Christmas market after he declared himself bankrupt earlier this year

The 56-year-old former Army major might be looking to make some extra cash from the venture at the city of Bath's Christmas market after he declared himself bankrupt earlier this year

'It’s some comedown,' said one onlooker of the trinkets stall which is being run by Ingram and his wife Diana. 

The ex-military officer, then aged 38, amazed audiences when he scooped the top prize on the ITV primetime show while answering erratically to host Chris Tarrant’s questions.

But while Tarrant does hand over a cheque to winners on-screen, the money was withheld by production company Celador after concerns were raised over the possibility he had

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