Video credit: Queensland Supreme Court
Gable Tostee is currently on trial for the murder of Warriena Wright, who fell to her death from the 14th floor of a Surfer’s paradise balcony in 2014.
Pleading not guilty, the 30-year-old claims he locked Wright on the balcony after she became violent with him.
The Brisbane Supreme Court has heard audio and seen video revealing Tostee's movements before and after Wright's death.
He is seen meeting Wright just before 9pm, before they purchased alcohol and returned to his apartment.
After her fall, CCTV footage then shows Tostee entering the foyer via the lift. He looks around the corner before walking he opposite direction. He then gets back in the lift and exits the building through the carpark.
The Daily Mail reports he spent the next hour wandering the streets and eating pizza before phoning his dad.
'Hello Dad, I might have a bit of a situation,' he said according to news.com.au.
After explaining, he says, 'She kept beating me up and whatever and, um, I locked her out on the balcony and I think she might have jumped off.
'There’s a million cops around my building, I’m f***ed.
'I don’t know what to do.'
'I didn’t cause this, I didn’t push her or anything.'