Shane Warne dies at the age of 52

Warne once joked about smoking to beat Covid

In September, Shane joked he was trying to smoke 100 cigarettes a day to cure Covid.

The 52-year-old Australian tested positive over the summer, forcing him to isolate himself and miss training with The Hundred team London Spirit.

Double-jabbed Warne, a Sky TV cricket pundit who won 708 Test wickets, said: “Unfortunately I don’t play enough golf because I have Covid.

“Don’t take this as some kind of gospel and that’s actually a bit ironic but I figured if I smoke 100 cigarettes a day I could kill Covid.

“It didn’t really work and I ended up on a ventilator so it wasn’t ideal.

“I had to have the ten days of isolation – but I’m on my feet now.”

The retired spin bowler’s claims follow numerous bizarre attempts to avoid the virus, including taking animal dewormers or drinking bleach Shane Warne dies at the age of 52


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