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It has emerged that Mr Hamid had his reputation called into question by a South African woman who accused him of inviting her to join him in the cockpit for a journey in 2011, in breach of security rules.
Peter Chong (left) with best friend Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah (right), pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
He is pictured in a T-shirt with a Democracy is Dead slogan as police investigate claims he could have hijacked the plane as an anti-government protest Mr Hamid regularly visited his neighbourhood mosque outside Kuala Lumpur where he also attended occasional Islamic courses, said Ahmad Sharafi Ali Asrah, the mosque's imam or spiritual leader, who called him ‘a good boy’.
Investigators said they believed whoever was controlling the plane had flown close to land, or over it, in what is known as 'terrain masking' - using the surrounding landscape to keep out of sight of radar.Malaysian officials said earlier that those words came after one of the jetliner's data communications systems - the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System - had been switched off, suggesting the voice from the cockpit may have been trying to deceive ground controllers.It has emerged that Fariq Abdul Hamid had his reputation called into question by a South African woman who accused him of inviting her to join him in the cockpit for a journey in 2011, in breach of security rules.It later travelled some distance at 23,000 feet and even dipped down to 5,000 feet.
On military radar, investigators told the New Straits Times, the aircraft would have registered as just a blip.‘So we also do not have any information as it is an external issue.’China, which has been vocal in its impatience with Malaysian efforts to find the plane, called on its smaller neighbour to ‘immediately’ expand and clarify the scope of the search.