What Shane Warne was doing a few hours before his death, pictures surfaced
The cricket world is in complete shock due to the demise of the great Australian bowler Shane Warne and everyone is trying to recover from it. Shane Warne died on Friday at the age of 52 while on holiday with friends in Thailand. While on vacation, details of what Shane Warne was doing in his last moments has come to the fore.
Information that came a few hours before the death
When Shane Warne was last seen alive has been revealed. Parashuram Pandey, a tailor from Thailand has revealed. When Shane Warne died, Parashuram Pandey had met him a few hours before. Parashuram Pandey runs a tailor shop in Thailand near the same resort where Shane Warne was staying. Shane Warne had reached Brioni tailors shop.
In the year 2019, he had bought about 10 suits from here, after which Shane Warne got acquainted with Parashuram. It was seen in the CCTV that after meeting Parashuram, he was walking with a T-shirt, a cap on his head and holding a phone in his hand. Regarding Shane Warne, Parashuram said,
“I love cricket and Shane Warne was my hero. It was a great privilege to make his suits. He was supposed to pick up his clothes on a Saturday or Sunday, so when I saw the news that he had died, I was shocked. I was ruined.”
one of the most successful players in the world
In 1992, Warne played his first Test match and became the second bowler after Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan to take 1000 international wickets (in Tests and ODIs). Warne’s 708 wickets were the most wickets taken by any bowler in Test cricket until Muttiah Muralitharan’s record was broken. He also took 293 wickets in 194 ODIs.
Thailand Police have categorically ruled out the possibility of any conspiracy in the death of Shane Warne. His report came out on Monday, which states that Shane Warne died of natural causes. National Police Deputy Spokesperson Kisana Pathanacharon said in a statement that the report of the doctor who conducted the post-mortem has been sent to Shane Warne’s family and the Australian Embassy. Shane Warne’s family said in a statement released on Monday that his death is the beginning of a never-ending nightmare for the family.