Candidate talks to Jauch about his head and neck

“If a question of modesty arises, it is lost”

Surplus candidate Johanna Jaspers can expect 64,000 euros. The woman, who works at the Rostock prosecutor’s office, is not doing well online at all. The reason is her behavior: she is sitting cross-legged on the council chair. “With the dress shoes on the chair, someone is sitting on it again. If a question of decency arises, it is lost,” is just one of many Twitter comments. “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire ?” : Johanna Jaspersen sat -leg on the Place board chair. (Source: RTL / Stefan Gregorowius) For 32,000 euros, the host would like to know from her “which hero of the novel marries the Indian Aouda at the end of the story? A) Oliver Twist, B) Robinson Crusoe, C) Sherlock Holmes or D) Phileas Fogg”. The correct answer is D, Phileas Fogg from the Jules Vernes novel: “Around the World in 80 Days”. Jaspers says she has never heard the name, but has read the book: for 64,000 euros she knows that tooth decay can be prevented by targeted treatment of “whiteheads”. With the profit she would like to make a She had been there before and had fond memories of it, including a “wrecking party” that got a bit out of hand and during which she accidentally committed the crime of damaging property. that, you get a Kölsch to win. And next time just take your shoes off your seat, then maybe the 125,000 euros will be enough.

Candidate with bow tie and handkerchief

Bernhard Benne, 67, was delighted with this amount. “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” really fun again. The pensioner and father of five-year-old twins, who came across as very modest and amiable, chatted with Jauch about life, fashion and why some retirement homes are furnished so darkly. For Bernhard Benne, “Who wants to earn millions?” a great adventure. (Source: RTL / Stefan Gregorowius) For the fashion-conscious man with the bow tie and the handkerchief, the fashion show was the purest of adventures. Although he is happy with his victory, he also said at the same time that money and a career are not everything in life. There was applause from the audience for this.

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