Shane Warne looked relaxed in last photo before death

Warne’s heart attack was sudden as the legendary leg spinner looked many hours before his disappearance

Shane Warne. (Image source: Getty Images)

The sudden disappearance of Australian The great Shane Warne has been and continues to be a talking point in cricketing circles. Arguably the greatest foot batsman to grace the game of cricket, Warne breathed his last on March 4 at his Thai villa. Aged 52, the former Rajasthan Royals captain has died of a suspected heart attack, leaving everyone in cricket in shock.

His friends in Thailand also couldn’t believe what was happening. According to reports, the heart attack was sudden as the legendary leg spinner looked many hours before his disappearance. His photos taken in the CCTV camera suggest the same. Warne’s latest footage before the tragic incident shows the Australian great relaxed as he wanders around his luxurious Thai villa.

Last haunting images of Shane Warne

His final steps down the hall were captured by the CCTV camera where Warne can be seen sporting a casual look – a white t-shirt, black shorts and a cap. Notably, several new shirts draped over his arm. According to Fox Sports, Warne spent nearly an hour at the Briony Tailor where he was fitted for new costumes. Hours later, Warne was found unconscious on his bed following a heart attack.

Meanwhile, Warne’s family have revealed that the former cricketer suffered from heart problems and was on a 14-day liquid diet which led to his death. Local police have confirmed that Warne’s body will be taken to Australia as his public memorial will take place on March 30.

With Warne such an important figure in the cricket arena, condolences and tributes poured in from various corners. While former Australia captain Ricky Ponting broke down on live TV talking about Warne, India’s all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja remembered him after bringing up a hundred in the recently concluded first Test against Sri Lanka .

Speaking of Warnes brilliant, his tally of 1001 international wickets is only second to Muttiah Muralitharan’s 1347. Besides his success on the pitch, Warne was also a successful commentator and coach.