Shane Warne Death: Legendary spinner Shane Warne died on 4 March in Thailand. The untimely demise of 52-year-old Warne shook cricket fans across the world. Shane Warne’s cause of death is believed to be a heart attack, as he was found unconscious at a Samunjana resort villa.
Three days after Warne’s death, a woman has made headlines for sitting in an ambulance. Thailand Police is also investigating the matter. The woman is reportedly a big fan of Shane Warne and was allowed into the ambulance carrying Warne’s body for post-mortem.
German Woman Seen Near Shane Warne Ambulance
As reported by News.com.au, it was a possible security breach with Warne’s body. Video footage showed a German woman entering the ambulance and spending 40 seconds alone in the van. She was also carrying a bunch of flowers. His behaviour also raised many questions that neither local nor Australian police officers were with the ambulance.
The local police have questioned the woman.
Meanwhile, it has also been reported that Thai police have questioned a German woman who lives in Koh Samui and is reportedly a Warne fan who wanted to pay her last respects. The report also said that Thai officials were told that the woman knew Warne personally. So he allowed him to pay his last respects to the dead leg-spinner.
In the footage that has been shared, the German woman is seen interacting with local immigration officials. A Thai woman can also be seen with him and can speak in both English and local languages.
Yes, she knows them, said the woman in English.
‘Thank you very much; he’s a friend,’ he said in Thai.
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Recently, when Warne’s body was prepared for post-mortem, the local police confirmed that no foul play was suspected in his death. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has also announced that Shane Warne will be given a final farewell with a state honour.