Just one month since Gable Tostee was dumped by his Kiwi girlfriend Lizzi Evans, it appears he has found a new love interest.
New Zealand woman Lizzi Evans supported Tostee during the Brisbane Supreme Court murder trial which saw him cleared of New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright's murder and manslaughter in October.
But since the pair ended their relationship in December last year, it appears Tostee has already moved on.
The 30-year-old Gold Coast carpet layer posted a before and after photo of himself in front of a generous cheese burger meal on Monday night at the Gold Coast.
But it was in the comments section of the Facebook post his suspected new girlfriend revealed herself.
A woman called Fiona Skinner posted a similar photo of Tostee in front of the finished meal, showing him keeling over in pain due to the food he just ate.
"Eric, the reality," she wrote.
To which Tostee jokingly replied: "This photo is defamatory and misleading".
The flirtatious banter continued with Skinner calling Tostee a "champ" and sending him kissing emojis.
One punter joined in the conversation asking "are you Lizzi's replacement Fiona?"
Skinner liked the man's question, seeming to confirm her new relationship with the embattled Gold Coast man.
Tostee then went on to compare Skinner to his former girlfriend saying: "Liz was never this nice".
Another punter asked Tostee: "Where the f*** do you put it all brother ... eating your way around the goldy".
To which Tostee quipped: "Apparently I'm a soul eating black hole of a guy".
The 30-year-old also became the first person ever to conquer Gold Coast cafe Gangster and Gatsby's monstrous 'godfather' milkshake.
Ingredients include 5L a whopping five litres of ice cream, a litre-and-a-half of cream and a splash of milk.
In a photo posted online Tostee is seen proudly holding the empty milkshake glass up in the air.
Tostee has been active on social media since he was cleared of Tinder date Warriena Wright's death by jury in October.
He even joined a popular discussion group on Facebook in November to answer questions about the controversial case.
In the largely vitriolic discussion, one punter accused Tostee of being "smug" and asked if he had any remorse for what happened on August 8, 2014, the night Wright fell to her death.
"You seem to be acting like a smug as*****, soaking in the fame," he said.
"Do you feel bad at all for what happened?"
"His mum said he didn't do anything wrong though," another person added.
To which Tosee replied: "Hmm so did the Supreme Court".
Tostee's willingness to talk publicly about the case starkly differs from his silence while the case was before the court.
Tostee took advantage of his right to stay silent and did not take the stand during the trial.