FOUR masseuses were seen leaving the exclusive Thai resort Shane Warne was staying at just two hours before he was found dead.
The women were seen exiting the luxury Samujana Villa in Koh Samui, Thailand, after dishing out treatments to the ace and his pals.
According to a local police report, the cricket legend received a massage from two women on Friday afternoon – on the first full day of their “boy’s holiday”.
But the break became marred in tragedy when just over two hours later, Warne, 52, was found dead by his best mates.
The four massage therapists were first seen on CCTV footage arriving at the swanky suite at 1.53pm, with police sources suggesting two of the women entered Shane’s room.
They are believed to have provided treatments for the sporting icon and his friends, before being seen leaving at 2.58pm.
Just two hours and 17 minutes later, the lads then discovered Shane’s lifeless body in his room after he suffered a suspected heart attack.
The two masseuses who visited the father-of-three’s room are believed to have been the last people to see him alive.
The pair are thought to be helping police with their enquiries after being pictured arriving at the police station to be interviewed the following day.
Forensic teams have been combing his digs at the £2,000-a-night resort, but cops said they do not believe his death was suspicious.
Police chief Yuttana Sirisombat told MailOnline: “He called the girl to massage. It was just massage.
“He didn’t die because of the massage. He wasn’t well.”
Yesterday we exclusively told how another therapist claimed she had headed up to the Aussie ace’s room to give him a foot rub – but he was already dead.
The woman, nicknamed Pen, said there was no reply when she and a maid knocked on his door.
Pen, 45, then texted her boss saying: “He’s not having a massage now, he won’t wake up”.
Thai Pen had already given one of Shane’s mates a nail treatment in the same property.
She told UK Times: “Shane was having a massage and the two other girls left before me.
“I had a text saying that I would do his nails and a foot massage when they had finished.
“I think Shane was sleeping in his room the whole time because I didn’t see him while I was giving a nail treatment to his friend.
“I was supposed to go to see Shane after that but when the maid knocked on his door there was no reply.
“There was no sound in the room and they said he was sleeping, so I left,” she explained.
“When I got home I was told he had died, so I was really sad. I think that he had been dead while I was in the villa.”
Pen was scheduled to see him at 5pm.
Warne died from a suspected heart attack last Friday after flying out to Koh Sami the evening beforehand.
The three friends he was staying with — including manager Andrew Neophitou and sports website owner Tom Hall — battled to revive him with CPR before paramedics arrived.
The star’s grieving family paid tribute to the “much loved” ace as a post mortem revealed he died from natural causes.
Parents Keith and Brigette said their son’s death was “a tragedy we will never come to terms with”.
They added: “To find words to adequately express our sadness is an impossible task for us and looking to a future without Shane is inconceivable, hopefully the mountain of happy memories we all have will help us cope with our ongoing grief.”
His children Brooke, 24, Jackson, 22 and 20-year-old Summer, 20, hailed him as the “best dad”.
Shane’s body was taken by ambulance to be flown to his native Australia.
But in bizarre scenes on Sunday, a female fan gained access to the ambulance which was taking the spin bowling king to the post mortem.
She was let inside the vehicle in an apparent security breach and spent less than a minute with Warne before being asked to leave.
Police chief Surachate Hakparn said he investigated and taken no further action.
He said the woman ran a fan club for the star and was upset.