Lerena's toe was grazed in the incident. He doesn't know if it was from shrapnel or the bullet. There was blood on his toe.
Fresco told Pistorius that he was "one up" meaning there was a bullet in the chamber. After that a shot went off in the restaurant, Lerena says.
Lerena on what happened next: I don't know for what reason, but a gun was passed under the table. Darren Fresco passed his gun under the table to Oscar Pistorius.
Pistorius was helping Lerena with his diet and running in preparing for an upcoming fight.
The state has moved away from what happened on Valentine's Day 2013 to count three of the charges against Pistorius. Count three is a firearms charge.
This is the first witness we've actually seen. Lerena is testifying in English. He met Oscar Pistorius through a sponsor.
The next witness is called and sworn in. Kevin Lerena, a professional boxer, is now testifying.
Gerrie Nel says that during the break they tried to give Pistorius' lawyers access to the notes Charl Johnson made. Nel asks to dismiss the witness until they can access the original files. Judge Masipa agrees and Johnson is excused for now.
And just like that, we're back.
It's unclear what's causing the delay. Court was supposed to reconvene 10 minutes ago.
Roux asks for an adjournment so that he can get access to Mr. Johnson's notes. Judge Masipa grants the request. Court will be back in about 35 minutes.
Roux wants to know if Johnson discussed wanting extra security with his wife.
Roux takes the questioning back to Johnson's research into extra security.
Johnson said he told his wife he was surprised that the incident involved Pistorius.
Roux asks Johnson about the phone call with his wife after he learned the shooting was at Oscar Pistorius' house.
Johnson: After the incident, I couldn't sleep. Around 4 a.m. I went downstairs and I measured the openings on our sliding doors. I was planning on installing security gates on the sliding doors.
Roux asks Johnson about what security measures he was planning on taking after the shooting.
Roux now asking Johnson what he spoke to his neighbor about after the incident. Johnson said the neighbor told him he woke up after the last shot. Roux asks how the neighbor knew it was the last shot.
Johnson explains that him and his wife are highly routine-based people.
Roux: What was interesting about your evidence yesterday, is that you say that you went to be between 9 and 10 p.m. What was interesting was that in your statement you said you went to be at approximately 9 p.m. Your wife testified that you went to bed between 9 and 10.
Roux has given Johnson a copy of his statement, they start going through it.
Johnson says he hasn't read his wife's statement and that he hasn't discussed it with her at all.
There's been a disturbance in court. Seems to have been a telephone. She reprimands someone in the gallery and asks for phones to be switched off.
Roux asks Johnson where he was when his wife was testifying and if he discussed the case with his wife. Johnson says the two of them did not discuss what they were telling the court.
With that, Nel ends his questioning and Roux begins cross-examination.
Johnson turned his phone off. When he turned it back on he had a voice message that was of a threatening nature. Johnson feels that his privacy has been "compromised severely."