Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Paramedic reveals inside Warnie’s hotel room 

Must Read

Market Desk (sports): Fresh details have emerged following the shock death of Australia cricket legend and the greatest leg-spinner of all-time, Shane Warne, aged 52.

The 708-Test wicket great was found unresponsive by friends in a villa he was staying at in Koh Samui, Thailand.

Warne was initially thought to have died of a heart attack while sleeping. Later, blood was found in his hotel room.

Three days after his death, an autopsy report finally revealed that the natural death was the best leg-spinner of all time.

After receiving an autopsy report on Sunday, Thai police confirmed that there was no unusual cause for Warne’s death. After learning all the information in the report, Warne’s family accepted it.

Warne’s body was taken to the bank by road on Monday night. From there it will be taken to Australia on Tuesday. The body was handed over to the bank by an Australian delegation. Warne’s funeral could be at the Melbourne Cricket Ground with state honors after his return to the country.

A German woman was seen getting into an ambulance while Warne’s body was being taken to hospital. After questioning him, the Thai police found out that he had gone to pay his last respects to Warne as he was already acquainted. There is no other mystery.

Thai police spokeswoman Kisana Pathanaren said in a statement that investigators had received an autopsy report. The doctors there were of the opinion that the cause of death was normal.

Thai authorities were preparing Sunday to conduct an autopsy before flying him home where he will receive a state funeral, which was accepted by his family on Sunday evening.

“It will be an opportunity for Victorians to pay tribute to his contribution to his sport, to our state and the country,” premier Daniel Andrews said.

“Details will be finalised in (the) coming days.”

The Bangkok Post reported that bloodstains were found on the floor of Warne’s room as well as on bath towels and pillows.

Book NOW spot_img
Latest News

Big Tech Companies: Loophole in privacy law

Market Desk (Tech): If anyone read the privacy policies of Face book, Twitter, Amazon, Apple and Google to find...

More Articles Like This