Shane Warne bought a new tailored suit and two masseuses just hours before his away at a luxurious home in Thailand from a heart attack.
On Friday, the 52-year-old was seeking for a new suit and decided to place an order with a tailor on the island of Koh Samui.
Warne then returned to his villa at the Samujana resort, where he asked two Thai masseuses to give him a massage in one of the rooms, according to local authorities.
However, he was discovered lifeless after a suspected heart attack as he and his friends were taking an afternoon siesta hours before they were supposed to leave.
One of the first responders on the scene, paramedic Anuch Han-Iam, said Warne’s pals were already giving CPR when they got to the villa.
‘They were trying to bring him back to life… they were desperate. I think one was crying. Really stressed and panicked,’ he told The Sun.
‘They kept trying to wake him… I heard someone saying ”come on Shane, come on”.’
There were no ladies in the room, according to Mr Han-Iam, and there was nothing peculiar that led him to believe they’d been partying.
‘I did my best for him and gave all my energy. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t help him.’
Warne went to a tailor to have a suit made earlier on Friday, according to the local police commander, and then ordered two local masseuses to come to his villa.
‘He called the girl to massage. It was just massage. He didn’t die because of the massage. He wasn’t well,’ he said.