Suspicions arose after Australian cricket legend Shane Warne was found dead in his villa in Koh Samui on Friday, from a suspected heart attack.
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The last picture taken of greatness Australian Cricket player Shane Warne has been revealed.
The sad news has reverberated around the world, with the 52-year-old’s death setting off a wave of emotional tributes from former teammates, opponents, pundits and fans.
Warne enjoyed a luxurious stay in Thailand with friends, and his body has been post-mortem, he will now be flown back to Australia, where his family has accepted the nesting offer. state funeral.
Royal Thai Police Chief Gen. Surachate Hakparn on Monday confirmed ‘no foul play’ and ‘no sign of fighting or theft’ in the cricketer’s luxury hotel room – with officials Pathologists concluded he died of natural causes.
He added: ‘The lawyer and the embassy are working together to bring the body back to Australia.
Tom Hall, a Sporting News executive who befriended the cricketer at a charity poker tournament 15 years ago, has now shared a last photo of his close friend, just a few days away. hours before he passed away on Friday.
And as always, Warne appeared to be in good shape, sporting a wide grin and healthy tan as he posed for the photo.
Hall wrote in Sports news about the last meal he shared with Warne, and the story fits Australia’s reputation for not needing delicate dishes.
“I have dined with Shane at many fine establishments, but instead of sampling some local Thai food, we ate a plate of Vegemite on toast,” he wrote.
Shane Warne / Instagram)
“Shane said, ‘Man, you can’t beat Vegemite with some butter, always great wherever you are in the world. “
“An Australian through and through – this turned out to be his last meal.”
Warne then went upstairs to talk on the phone with the children. That was the last time Hall saw him alive.
On Monday, police also confirmed that they are dropping their investigation into an apparent security breach, witnessed a woman step into an ambulance carrying Warne’s body to pay her respects. The vehicle was stationary on a ferry waiting to leave Koh Samui at the time.
Lieutenant General Surachate said “We have to accept that it was [a mistake] let the police miss her and we investigated,” he said.
“We found that she meant no harm. She just wanted to pay her last respects.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/cricket/shane-warne-thailand-heart-attack-26407803 The last picture of Shane Warne enjoying a vacation in Thailand appeared before tragic death