According to his manager, Shane Warne complained of chest pain and sweating ‘after undergoing a “ridiculous” two-week fluid-only diet’ prior to his Thailand vacation.
Shane Warne’s manager, James Erskine, revealed that the Australian spin legend had recently complained of “chest pain and sweating” following a “ridiculous” two-week fluid-only diet before leaving for his vacation. Warne, the spin wizard who made the world fall in love with his craft, died on Friday at the age of 52 in Thailand of a suspected heart attack, leaving the world stunned.
“He had obviously smoked for the majority of his life. I’m not sure; I believe it was just a massive heart attack. That’s what I believe has occurred “Erskine elaborated.
The Thai Police said on Sunday that preliminary investigations have revealed no evidence of a second cause of death for Warne, but an autopsy has been performed.
Warne had posted an old photo of himself in peak physical condition on Instagram a few days before his death, announcing that he had begun a weight-loss regimen.
“Operation shred has started (10 days in) & the goal by July is to get back to this shape from a few years ago! Let’s go #healthy #fitness #feelgood,” he wrote.
Warne had recently “seen a doctor about his heart,” according to Yuttana Sirisomba, superintendent of Koh Samui’s Bo Phut police station.
Before Warne left Australia, his family informed Thai police of his history of heart problems and asthma, as well as their concern for his health.
According to police, one of Warne’s friends discovered the Australian legend unresponsive around 5 p.m.
While waiting for an ambulance, the group began CPR on Warne.
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A paramedic recalls desperate scenes while attempting to revive Shane Warne.
Anuch Han-iam, a paramedic, recalled how the spin icon’s friends desperately tried to resuscitate him.
“Shane’s friends were already attempting to resurrect him. While we waited for an ambulance, I took over CPR “‘The Sun’ quoted him as saying.
“They were in desperate need. I believe one of them was crying. They were extremely stressed and worried.
“They continued to try to wake him up, and I heard someone say, ‘Come on, Shane. ‘Come on, Shane,’ I say.” He claimed he saw no evidence of Warne’s separation from his villa.
“The villa was clean and I didn’t see any beer or cigarettes inside. There was nothing unusual that made me think they’d been partying. I didn’t know when I arrived that it was Shane Warne. But I know who he is, he’s a star.” Last Meal.
One of Warne’s friends, who was with him at the resort, revealed that the legend’s last meal was the iconic Australian condiment Vegemite on toast.
“I have dined with Shane in many fine establishments, but instead of sampling some of the local Thai fare, we tuck into a plate of Vegemite on toast,” Tom Hall, CEO of ‘The Sporting News,’ wrote on his portal.
” “You can’t beat Vegemite with some butter, always great wherever you are in the world,” Shane chomps.
“An Australian through and through – this was to turn out to be his last meal. Ever the caring father, as I was leaving, he headed up to his bedroom to call his kids,” he added.
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