An investigation is going on in the death of Australia’s legendary spinner Shane Warne in Thailand. On Monday, Thailand Police has informed everyone about Shane Warne’s postmortem report. Police say that Shane Warne’s death is natural; no suspicion has been found in it so far.
Thailand Police stated on Monday. According to the news agency Reuters, ‘Police have received the postmortem report, in which the medical opinion is that Shane Warne has died naturally. The police will soon talk to the lawyers accordingly.
Shane Warne Death Cause
52-year-old Shane Warne went to Thailand for a holiday. The news of his death came to the fore on the evening of March 4. Shane Warne was staying in a villa, where he had a heart attack in his room. Shane Warne was taken to the hospital by ambulance, but he died.
Thailand police had initially denied any wrongdoing but asked them to wait for the postmortem report. The police had also questioned three friends of Shane Warne.
The manager gave this information about Shane Warne.
Let us tell you that the statement of Shane Warne’s manager has also come out regarding the death. Shane Warne’s manager James Erskine has revealed that the great Australian spinner was only on a liquid diet for two weeks before going on vacation, complaining of chest pain and sweating.
Erskine told the ‘Nine Network’, ‘He lived on a strange diet. Recently, he was taking only liquids for 14 days in this type of diet. He had done this three or four times. He said, ‘In this, he was taking only black and green juices or white buns and mascara or lasagna filled in the middle. He smoked cigarettes all his life. I think there must have been a heart attack.
A few days before his death, Warne had posted his old picture on Instagram and said that he was in the process of losing weight. He had said, “Operation lean has started, and the target is to become lean by July. Warne’s family also told Thai police that he had heart problems and asthma. A friend of Warne said that his last meal was Australia’s famous Vegemite (food spread) toast.