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Australian cricket star Warne honored at private memorial

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Fully vaccinated and was thought to be in excellent health but succumbed to a heart attack.

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Fully vaccinated and was thought to be in excellent health but succumbed to a heart attack...... 

Liked a ciggie or two, liked a drink or two, had weight problems, went on a crash diet.

Did you know this?

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Liked a ciggie or two, liked a drink or two, had weight problems, went on a crash diet.

Did you know this?

Nope. But I read he was thought to be in excellent health. No known issues with his heart.

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Liked a ciggie or two, liked a drink or two, had weight problems, went on a crash diet.

Did you know this?

Nope

Better to check these things before posting. It could come across as you are painting an incomplete picture and misleading people. The walls should close in on that.

But I read he thought he was in excellent health

I’m sure there are many smokers, boozers, those with weight problems and the like who think they are in decent shape.

Smoking, boozing, overeating and crash diets are not good for the heart.

Anyway, RIP to a legend of the sport. I’m not a cricket fan, but he must have been a fantastic player and an icon.

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@Ingvar

I didn’t say it was false, I said it was incomplete. You are not being precise here.

I find it astonishing that you didn’t bother to check his lifestyle.

I’m sure you see the problem here.

’Thought to be in excellent health’

What exactly did you read here? I find it strange that a man with weight problems which led to him to go on a crash diet ( regarded as dangerous by medical professionals ) can be described as being in ‘excellent health’.

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One of the greatest wicket-takers of all time.

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