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The three videos, shared to his social media page shortly before 8pm on Wendesday night, gave no indication of the terrifying attack he allegedly launched three hours later.
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But just hours before Marks allegedly said he'd 'blow up this f***ing plane', he posted video to his Instagram account of him smoking and listening to loud music en route to Tullamarine Airport, in Melbourne.
'We spent an hour and a half sitting on the plane sh***ing our dacks that this thing might blow up,' he told Triple M radio.
Marks faces two charges against the Crimes Aviation Act and will appear in the Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Thursday afternoon.
A Sri Lankan man who allegedly attempted to hijack a Malaysia Airlines flight relaxed with a cigar and gangster rap music, just hours before threatening to blow up more than 300 passengers onboard.
Manodh Marks allegedly claimed to have a bomb as he rushed towards the cockpit door of flight MH128, just minutes after take-off at 11.11pm on Wednesday night.