The man once dubbed a Gold Coast playboy, Gable Tostee, has again sparked outrage wishing all his “hoes” a happy International Women’s Day.
The social media post comes just months after Mr Tostee, who now identifies as Eric Thomas, was acquitted of the murder and manslaughter of his Tinder date Warriena Wright who plunged to her death from his Surfers Paradise high rise balcony in August 2014.
“Happy International Women’s Day to all ma hoes!!” he posted on Facebook last Thursday.
The outlandish post somewhat conflicts with Mr Tostee’s previous requests for privacy following a very public and played out murder trial.
When one of his 3,000 followers suggested they should screenshot his post and send it to feminist broadcaster Clementine Ford, Mr Tostee replied “Go on, send it to the c***”.
It’s not the first time, nor does it look like it will be the last, that Mr Tostee has made headlines since his acquittal.
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In December 2016, he took to Facebook to reject claims that his New Zeland girlfriend, Lizzi Evans dumped him
She said her ex left her “emotionally starved” and “hurt me in ways he said he wouldn't”.
"It was either his way or no way... We had hoped to begin a new chapter of life but he became resistant.
A day later, Mr Tostee, 30, confirmed the pair was too different to make the relationship work long term, and clarified it was his decision to break up.
“I was the one who decided to end our relationship, she didn't 'dump me'.”