UPDATE: Shane Warne’s demise, “blood found in villa”

Thai Police have reported a “large amount of blood” found within the room of Shane Warne at the rented villa he was staying at in Koh Samui. Despite the most recent revelations Police don’t believe there was any foul-play involved in Mr. Warne’s demise.
New pictures have emerged of the room where Mr. Warne was staying on the Samujana Villas in the popular Bhoput district of the island.
Blood stains were identified on the carpet, on 3 towels and a pillow, according to Thai-language newspaper Matichon.
Pol Maj Gen Satit Polpinit, commander of Surat Thani Provincial Police advised Matichon that blood stains were found within the room as police continued their investigation.
“A large amount of blood was discovered in the room. When CPR was started, the deceased had coughed up liquid and was bleeding.”
Mr. Warne has gone for a nap on Friday afternoon after he and his three friends had determined to meet at 5pm for a drink. At 5.15pm Andrew Neophitou, one of many three friends, went to wake Shane from his slumbers however found him unresponsive.
Earlier within Research had visited Mr. Warne. Police weren’t clear on the exact time of the day the masseuse had been on the villa.
James Erskine, Shane Warne’s long time supervisor informed Melbourne’s The Age newspaper….
“He realised he wasn’t nicely. He (Andrew) tried to provide mouth-to-mouth, tried to resuscitate him, he had no heartbeat, the ambulance came 20 minutes later and an hour and a bit later he was pronounced lifeless (at the Thai International Hospital).”
He rejected any claims that the death was linked to Shane’s ‘party’ status.
“He was on vacation, having a lie down, siesta, he hadn’t been ingesting, he’d been on this diet to lose weight”, he said in a information.com.au article.
“He didn’t drink a lot. Everyone thinks he’s a big boozer but he’s not a big boozer at all. I sent him a crate of wine, 10 years later it’s nonetheless there. He doesn’t drink, by no means took drugs, ever. He hated drugs so nothing untoward.”

PHOTO: Matichon
Thai Police have made some further comment regarding the demise of legendary Australia cricketer, Shane Warne’s, death on Friday afternoon. One of Cricket’s finest bowlers of all time, and ‘Aussie icon’, died aged fifty two, a day after arriving on Koh Samui for an prolonged trip with pals.
He died of a suspected heart attack after taking an afternoon nap. Friends were unable to wake him around 5.15pm. He was pronounced useless on the Thai International Hospital in Chaweng after both his pals and ambulance staff had been unable to revive him with CPR.
Police say that Mr. Warne had skilled chest pains previous to his death on Koh Samui, in addition to asthma and some “heart issues”. They had spoken to Mr. Warne’s household and have been capable of ascertain his prior well being issues that will have contributed to his demise.
Speaking from the Bophut police station, police informed reporters…
“We discovered from his household that he had experienced chest pains when he was again residence in his nation.”
Police have ruled out foul play but said an post-mortem was required to substantiate the purpose for death. The three men who were staying with the Australian cricket star were questioned for two hours yesterday morning however had been unable to shed any further mild on the cause of demise.
Australian embassy officers have been helping police but have declined to make any further remark.
The Australian ambassador to Thailand Allan McKinnon visited Koh Samui yesterday. He met with police on Koh Samui and explained to the media that the embassy was aiding with the return of Mr. Warne’s body to Australia “as rapidly as possible”.
“They’ve been very compassionate, very environment friendly and very understanding.”
Mr. Warne’s physique is being transferred to Surat Thani Hospital on the mainland for autopsy right now.
Known in Australia as ‘Warnie’, he was generally recognized as much for his personality, controversies and generosity, apart from his mercurial talent with his leg-spin delivery. Sports writer for The Guardian, Mark Ramprakash, wrote that his strategy to the game “was with a profitable mentality and his impression on the game was far larger than just his character”.
“Shane Warne made leg-spin sexy and from the moment he broke on to the scene the art of spin was revitalised all around the world.”
The Victorian and National government of Australia have offered a state funeral to Mr. Warne’s household, which including his daughters 24 year old Brooke and 20 12 months previous Summer, as properly as 22 yr outdated son Jackson (old photograph below)..

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