Shane Warne’s coffin has been draped in an Australian flag as the legendary cricketer begins his final voyage home from Thailand. <br>Thai police were seen loading the 52-year-old sportsman’s casket into the back of a waiting ambulance on Thursday morning, ahead of an expected nine-hour flight by private jet from Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok. <br>Warne is reportedly being ferried home to Melbourne on a plane owned by one of millionaire Australian businessman Terry Peabody’s charter jets. Peabody, a former billionaire, is a prominent wine and 파타야풀빌라 waste management entrepreneu<br>The private plane is expected to land at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport at about 8pm on Thursday nigh<br>Warne’s homecoming comes after an autopsy earlier this week confirmed the cricketer had died of a heart attack on the Island of Koh Samui last Frida<br>Warnes’ close friends and family are expected to hold a private ceremony to farewell the sporting legend from as early as next wee<br>A state funeral for the sporting icon will be held on March 30 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, with as many of Warne’s fans as possible to be allowed to att<br> Moving images of Shane Warne’s coffin draped with an Australian flag (pictured) have come as the legendary cricketer begins his final voyage <br> A private jet carrying the coffin of the legendary cricketer has officially departed Don Mueang Airport and is scheduled to land in Melbourne at about 8pm on Thurs<br> CCTV captured Warne casually strolling through the villa holding several shirts after a visit to his favourite tailor just hours before he died of a shock heart at<br>Shane Warne’s final steps were captured on CCTV in the luxury Sumujana Villas at about 1:30pm on Friday – just hours before he died of a sudden heart attac<br>The legendary cricketer was seen holding several shirts following a visit to his favourite tailor in the Thai island town of Koh Sa<br>Casually dressed in shorts, wearing a cap and holding his phone, Warne appeared at ease as he made his way through the foyer and back to his room for a relaxing massage and to watch the cricket from Pakista<br> The legendary cricketer’s body will be returned to his family in Melbourne on Thursday (pictured, Warne in Koh Sa<br>’There’s nowhere in the world more appropriate to farewell Warnie than the ‘G,’ Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews told reporters earlier this w<br>’There will be no limits on crowds and that sort of stuff. ‘It will be a very big event, it will be a celebration of his life as it should be<br>The state memorial will be ticketed and live-streamed for those who can’t attend, with tickets to be made available to the public soo<br>Meanwhile, the spin king’s former doctor Dr. Peter Brukner has broken his silence on what he believes caused the 52-year-old’s shock death, blaming his lifestyle.<br>He told Perth radio hosts Basil Zempilas and Xavier Ellis that his death was hastened by a combination of a longstanding smoking habit, poor diet and other fact<br>’Warney, if he had heart disease, which sounds like he did, you know, that didn’t happen overnight in Thailand,’ he told on Wednesda<br>’It’s been happening for 20, 30 years from smoking, poor diet, etc, e<br>Warne was a habitual smoker throughout his adult life, and a drinker – though he was known to not be fond of bee<br>Warne was once reportedly paid $200,000 to kick the ha<br> The homecoming comes after an autopsy earlier this week confirmed the cricketer had died of a heart attack on the Island 파타야풀빌라 of Koh Samui las<br>iday A state funeral to pay tribute to the cricketer will be held on March 3 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, (pictured) with as many fans as possible allowed t<br>tend Dr. Peter Brukner (pictured) has blamed the 52-year-old’s shock death on his lifestyle – a combination of poor diet and a longstanding smoki<br>abit Warnes’ close friends and family are expected to hold a private ceremony to farewell the sporting legend from as early as next week (pictured, Warne with his three c<br>ren)Dr Brukner said the earlier someone notices their poor lifestyle habits ‘the <br>er’.He then listed the ways to mitigate the likelihood of heart disease, including ‘good diet, regular exercise, reduced stress, good quality sleep, exposure <br>un’.The doctor implored those in their middle age to find a GP that they’re ‘comfortable talking to’ and 파타야풀빌라 to get a check-up and blood te<br>nnually. RELATED ARTICLES
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‘Once a year [for a checkup] from the age of 35, 40 onwards,<br> said. ‘The issue with these things is you don’t develop heart disease in a minute. It’s a very gradu<br>rocess.’Despite the contributory lifestyle factors that led to Warne’s fatal heart attack, Dr Brukner was still shocked by <br>death. ‘Just unbelievable,’ Brukner began when asked about the cricketer’s passing. ‘None of us can really believe it, can we? He was a larger than life<br>racter.’ Warne (pictured in January 2020) was a habitual smoker throughout his adult life, and a drinker – though he was known to not be <br> of beer Fans have left tributes of VB cans, letters, cricket balls and even a jar of vegemite at the foot of the Shane Warne statue out<br> the MCG Thai Police (pictured picking up the autopsy result of Australian cricketer Shane Warne) has confirmed the cricketer died of na<br>l causesThe cricket legend was on a ‘boys trip’ at the luxury Samujana Villa resort in Koh Samui when he was found unresponsive in his room about 5pm l<br> time. It’s understood no diet medications or heart drugs were found in Warne’s hotel room at the time o<br>s death.Earlier pictures from the initial investigation revealed several blood spatters in the room around Wa<br>s bed. Local police say the blood was due to lengthy and desperate CPR efforts, performed first by one of Warne’s mates and later by first<br>ponders.The paramedic who first arrived on the scene described the sheer chaos as he tried to save Warne’s life with friends shouting ‘come on, Shane’ in the<br>kground.Anuch Han-Iam said Warne’s frantic friends were already performing CPR when they arrived a<br>e villa.’They were trying to bring him back to life… they were desperate. I think one was crying. Really stressed and panicked,’ he said earlie<br>is week. Warne (pictured with his son Jackson and daughters Summer and Brooke) had been suffering heart troubles in the weeks leading up <br>is death Police say the blood spatters in the room around Warne’s bed was due to lengthy and desperate CPR efforts, performed first by one of Warne’s mates and later by firs<br>sponders Warne (pictured in 2017) had completed a 14-day liquid only diet before the trip, described by his manager James Erskine as ‘extreme’ and <br>iculous’ Countless fans have left tributes of flowers, cricket balls, VB cans and heartfelt letters at the base of the Shane Warne statue out<br> the MCGHis family reported he had been having heart troubles in the weeks leading up to his death, while it has also been noted he suffered fr<br>sthma. Warne previously mentioned he had tried ‘traditional Chinese medicine’ to lose a few kilos with his family confirming he would complete ’30-day fasting tea diets’ as he his weight fluctuated throughout<br> career.Warne had also completed a 14-day liquid only diet, described by his manager James Erskine as ‘extreme’ and ‘<br>culous’.’It was a bit all or nothing. It was either white buns with butter and lasagne stuffed in the middle, or he would be having black and green juice<br>he said.’He obviously smoked most of his life [but] I don’t know, I think it was just a massive heart attack. That’s what I think ha<br>ppened.’The 52-year-old was determined to get back to his peak fitness levels and had set a goal of July 2022 to shed some stu<br>n kilos.A health expert has since cautioned against such extreme diets, warning they can increase the risk of heart attacks for those with cardi<br>ssues. His family reported the cricketer (pictured) had been having heart troubles in the weeks leading up to his death, while it has also been noted he suffered<br>m asthma The 52-year-old (pictured in 2019) was determined to get back to his peak fitness levels and had set a goal of July 2022 to shed some kilos before he died of a heart atta<br>ast weekThe Heart Foundation’s chief medical advisor Professor Garry Jennings said there was a risk the heart could be put under extra strain by very low ca<br>e diets.’Mostly, these risks are on top of an underlying heart problem, they don’t come out of the blue. I doubt they could cause a heart problem just by themselves,’ Professor Jennings told The Sydney Mor<br> Herald.’Basically, if your metabolism, your handling of fluids, 파타야풀빌라 salt and other electrolytes gets completely out of whack, if you have a small heart attack, you’re more likely for that to turn into something serious with a rhy<br>disorder.’ It comes as one of Warne’s close friends – Sporting News chief executive Tom Hall who went on holiday to Thailand with the cricketing great – revealed Warne enjoyed a very Australian last meal, wolfing down Vegemite toast after completing his extreme diet ju<br>ays earlier.The spin bowler’s final day included receiving a massage from two local masseuses at his villa and ordering a new tailored suit, according to Koh<br>ui police.