Australia great bowler Shane Warne died recently. Warne was just 52 years old. In the first investigation, it was revealed that Warne had died of a heart attack. But a recent Thailand Police report found that some blood stains were also found in Warne’s room, after which more speculation started to be raised. Now that the post-mortem report of Warne has come out, a big disclosure has been made in it.
Thailand Police said on Monday that according to the post-mortem report of Australian cricketer Shane Warne, he died of natural causes. The report of the doctor who conducted the post-mortem has been sent to Warne’s family and the Australian Embassy, said a statement issued by National Police Deputy Spokesperson Kisana Pathanacharon.
The cause of death has not been disclosed in the statement. Preliminary investigation revealed that he had suffered a heart attack. Warne was found unconscious in his hotel room on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand. His life could not be saved even after being taken to the hospital. Police said in a statement that the report of the post-mortem examination will be sent to the prosecutor’s office, which is a normal procedure in the case of unexpected deaths. Warne’s family said in a statement issued on Monday that his death is the beginning of a never-ending nightmare of the family.
His father Keith and mother Brigitte wrote, ‘Can’t imagine a future without Shane. May the innumerable happy memories with him help us to overcome this sorrow.’
Warne’s son Jackson wrote, ‘I don’t think anyone can ever fill the void left in my heart by your passing. You were the best father and friend.’
It is not yet known when Warne’s body will be sent to Australia.