Shane Warne
Cricket legend Shane Warne died in Thailand earlier this month.


Shane Warne, a former Australian cricketer, died recently in Thailand.

Following the liquid-only diet, Warne had experienced chest pain and perspiration.

Warne was 52 years old when he died.

James Erskine, Shane Warne’s manager, stated that the Australian spin star had recently complained of “chest ache and perspiration” following a “ridiculous” two-week fluid-only diet.

Manager James Erskine has stated that Warne had lately complained of “chest ache and perspiration” after undertaking a “crazy” two-week fluid-only diet prior to his trip. Warne, a master spinner who captivated audiences across the world, died on Friday at the age of 52 of what appears to be a heart attack in Thailand, leaving the rest of the world in shock. After finishing a 14-day liquid-only diet, Erskine told “Nine Network,” “He went on these absurd diets, and he’d done this three or four times,” Erskine said. “It was a bit of an all-or-nothing situation. Either white buns filled with butter and lasagna or black and green juices were on the menu.

“It’s evident that he’s been a heavy smoker for the majority of his life. I’m not sure, but I believe it was a heart attack. Those are my thoughts, Erskine said.

The Thai Police announced on Sunday that an autopsy had been performed despite the fact that their early investigations had indicated no evidence of foul play in Warne’s death.

Warne had uploaded a picture of himself in peak physical shape on Instagram a few days before his death, saying that he had begun a weight-loss program.

By the end of July, I want to be back in the shape I was in a few years ago, so I’ve started Operation Shred. Let’s go #healthy #fitness #feelgood,” he said in the accompanying tweet.

Apparently, Warne had recently seen a doctor regarding his heart, according to Yuttana Sirisomba, superintendent of the Bo Phut police station on the island of Koh Samui.

Since his family was worried about him, Warne’s condition had been disclosed to the Thai authorities even before he left Australia.

Koh Samui, a prominent tourist destination in the Gulf of Thailand, is where Warne and several of his pals allegedly vacationed.

According to local authorities, Warne’s companion discovered the Australian legend unconscious around 5 p.m.

While waiting for an ambulance, the group began CPR on Warne.

The paramedic who tried to save Warne’s life remembers a series of harrowing events.

When Much Han-iam, a paramedic, was summoned in, he recounted how the spin icon’s pals fought to save his life.

“Shane’s pals were already attempting to revive him. While we waited for an emergency, I took over giving CPR,” he told ‘The Sun.’

“The situation was dire. One of them appeared to be inconsolable. They were in a state of extreme anxiety and fear.

‘Come on, Shane.'” “They kept trying to wake him up. Shane, come on!'” He claimed to have seen no evidence that Warne and his girlfriend were having an affair while they were staying at his villa.

“The villa was spotless; there was no beer or cigarette smoke wherever to be found. Nothing out of the ordinary tipped me off that they’d been out to a celebration. When I arrived, I had no idea it was Shane Warne there. He’s a star, but I’m not sure who he is. The last meal.

Warne’s final supper was Vegemite on toast, according to one of his pals who were at the resort with the legend.

Even though I’ve had the pleasure of dining with Shane in several nice locations, Tom Hall, CEO of ‘The Sporting News,’ said on his portal that he and Shane prefer to eat Vegemite on toast.

It’s hard to top Vegemite and some butter, no matter where you go in the world.

It would be his last dinner. He was an Aussie to the core. After saying goodbye to me, he climbed the stairs and went into his bedroom to call his children, like he always does.

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