Details are emerging of Shane Warne's movements only hours before his death after it was revealed he made a rare visit to a tailor.
Warne's family have been left shattered by his sudden death at 52 after he died of a suspected heart attack on Koh Samui island in Thailand.
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And only hours before his death, Warne visited tailor Parsuram Panday, of Brioni Tailors.
Panday said this was an unusual move from the cricket great who normally doesn't visit the shop to keep a low profile while on holiday.
“It is unlike him to come out of the villa and travel to us. He likes to keep a low profile when he visits,” Panday told The Daily Mail.
Panday said the last time Warne bought suits from him was back in 2019.
However, Panday said Warne was always brimming with energy when he visited the shop and was "buzzing" on the day he visited.
"Nice guy, he would fist bump me and dance around," he added.
“I love cricket and Shane Warne was a hero of mine. It was a privilege to make his suits.”
Warne died of a suspected heart attack and Thai police claimed the death was of "natural causes".
Woman at centre of Shane Warne security breach
There was then shock and anger when Thai officials allowed the woman access to see Warne's body, with the German national spending around 40 seconds in the ambulance.
New details have since emerged about the woman, with multiple reports identifying her as German national Barbara Woinke.
A former entertainment and travel writer, Ms Woinke has reportedly worked for newspapers and magazines such as Instyle, Glamour and Bunte.
She has lived in Berlin, Paris and New York before moving to Koh Samui.
“(Ms Woinke) always has her passport and driving license in her handbag just in case,” a German book retailer selling her travel guide said.
Ms Woinke could be seen carrying a bunch of flowers as she entered the ambulance containing Warne's body after speaking to the driver.
"I am a big fan of him. It's very sad that we lost him. I just took the flowers to pay condolences," the woman explained to the ABC.
"I am sorry about yesterday but I [did] not mean [any] negative act by that. I am a big fan, he is a great player."
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