Shane Warne: Blood in Villa and Thailand Police

Shane Warne, the legendary Australian spinner, died in Thailand on March 4, 2022, from a suspected cardiac arrest. Former and present cricket players from all over the world and the fans of Warne also paid tribute to the late cricket legend. On Saturday, March 5, 2022, police discovered that the former Australian cricketer Shane Warne had suffered pain in the chest before his death and had a clinical history of asthma and cardiac problems.

Shane Warne

Shane Warne’s body has been sent to Suratthani Hospital Thailand for a postmortem, while his family seeks to transfer it to Australia as early as possible. According to multiple reports, bloodstains were spotted on the pillow, carpet, and three towels, apparently from Warne during the efforts to save his life.

Commander of Surat Thani Provincial Police, Pol Maj Gen Satit Polpinit, reported, “When CPR was started, the deceased had coughed up liquid and was bleeding.” Warne’s family informed the police about his history of heart illness and asthmatic condition before leaving Australia last week. Mr. Yuttana, a Thailand police official, has also refused to provide a date for the results and has stated that “I am not sure as it depends on the doctor’s opinion.” He also said, “no drug substance was detected in Warne’s body.” 

The Australian representative to Thailand, Allan McKinnon, spoke to the media on Saturday and praised the Thai police for their assistance in bringing Shane Warne back to Australia. He also stated, “Police station and the hospital in Ko Samui are facilitating the process of getting Shane Warne back to Australia as quickly as possible, “They have been very compassionate, very efficient, and very understanding.”

Warne’s family, including his daughters Brooke, 24, Summer, 20, and his 22-year-old son Jackson, received state funerals from the Victorian and federal government.

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