The jury in the trial of an army sergeant accused of tampering with his wife's parachute in an attempt to kill her has been shown demonstration videos of how the sabotage might have been carried out.
Victoria Cilliers fell 4,000 feet when both her main and reserve chutes failed to properly open at the Netheravon air base in Wiltshire in 2015.
A parachute expert re-created the alleged sabotage in a toilet cubicle at the airbase, which is where the prosecution say Emile Cilliers tampered with the parachute.
The demonstrations were conducted at the request of the jury to see if a sabotage could take place in the confines of a toilet cubicle.
Mr Cilliers denies two counts of attempted murder and one count of recklessly endangering life.