THE pilot of the missing MH370 plane bombarded young Instagram model twins with creeoy messages.
Married captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, sent 26-year-old sisters, Lan Qi Hui and Qi Min Lan messages, begging them to come to Kuala Lumpur.
His 97 Facebook messages have been revealed as psychologists claim he was “self-destructive”.
The father-of-three was co-pilot of MH370, which mysteriously vanished carrying 238 passengers and crew in March 2014.
He sent the Malaysian twin sisters sexually suggestive messages.
On one occasion he commented under a picture of Qi Min Lan in a bathrobe with the comment: “Just showered?”
He became obsessed with 26-year-old sisters, Lan Qi Hui and Qi Min Lan[/caption]
He repeatedly asked the girls when they were coming to his hometown, despite being ignored.
Zaharie also used his Facebook to call Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak a “moron”.
He also slammed the government which owned the airline he flew for.
Zaharie urged his followers: “There is a rebel in each and every one of us. Let it out!”
Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas said he should have been fired for his political rants.
The stunning pair have 300,000 Instagram followers[/caption]
He told Australia’s Daily Telegraph: “It should have raised serious alarm bells with the airline that you have someone flying who has such strong anti-government views.
“If a Qantas pilot did something like that, he would be spoken to and grounded.”
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Zaharie, a passionate cook and keen fisherman, Shah lived with his wife in a luxury gated community where he was said to have built his own flight simulator.
In the wake of the plane’s disappearance, rumours surfaced claiming his wife had moved out of their home.
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The Malaysian government released its “final” report in July, revealing it has not been able to determine why the plane changed course and eventually crashed.
The document showed the doomed aircraft was deliberately turned off course and plunged into Indian Ocean.
Malaysian authorities will only re-open their investigation if new evidence emerges.
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