Shane Warne is seen on CCTV entering his villa in Thailand after visiting a tailor just hours before his tragic death
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Warne died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 52 while on vacation on Koh Samui, his death leaving the cricket world in a state of shock and mourning.
And shortly before his death, Warne was captured by CCTV at his mansion after meeting his tailor, Parsuram Panday.
“I love cricket and Shane Warne is a hero of mine. It was a great privilege to sew his suit,” said Panday. Sun.
“He went to pick up clothes on Saturday or Sunday, so when I heard the news of his death, I was shocked and saddened.
“I couldn’t believe I spoke to him just hours before. When he walked into the store, he was so happy, strong and full of life and energy.
“He’s buzzing with excitement. He says he’s ready to take a break because it’s been a busy summer in Australia. He’s looking forward to going out to the bar.”
In a statement, the Warne family spoke of their “never ending nightmare” since the legendary gyro’s sudden death.
“Finding the words to fully express our sadness is an impossible task for us, and looking to a future without Shane is unthinkable. Hopefully the mountain of happy memories that we have. all we have will help us deal with ongoing pain,” the statement read.
Warne’s son Jackson added: “I don’t think anything can fill the void you’ve left in my heart.
“Sitting at the poker table, walking around the golf course, watching the Saints, and eating pizza can never be the same.
“But I know all you ever wanted for me was happiness, no matter what. So that’s what I’m going to do, try and be happy.
“I will miss you so much and you are truly the best father and life partner anyone could ask for. I love you so much, see you soon.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/cricket/shane-warne-australia-thailand-death-26429898 Shane Warne's tragic final photo shows the legend walking through the mansion hours before his death