London: The plaster is off from Shane Warne’s arm which was broken by fellow Aussie Brett Lee during the Marylebone Cricket Club vs Rest of the World Lord’s Bicentenary game on July 5, but it’s not thrown away. Warne represented the Rest of the World which ended up on the losing side.

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Former Aussie spin king Shane Warne during the MCC vs ROW match at Lord's. Pic/Getty Images.

Warne told Sunday mid-day on Saturday that the plaster is now displayed at the Lord’s museum after the authorities there requested him to donate it to exhibit.

The arm is still swollen and when India’s batting legend Sunil Gavaskar asked Warne, who is here for commentary, whether he can shake someone’s hand without feeling pain, he replied in the negative.