Former murder suspect Shrien Dewani has left Cape Town after being cleared of plotting his wife's death on their honeymoon four years ago.
Dewani made no comment as he walked through the airport in Cape Town surrounded by a media scrum.
The millionaire businessman faced a barrage of questions from reporters as he headed straight for the boarding gate.
He is due to fly to Gatwick via Dubai and is expected to land in the UK tomorrow morning.
Yesterday Judge Jeanette Traverso cleared Dewani after ruling that the prosecution case - that the bisexual care home boss had arranged the death of his wife Anni - was flawed.
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