Pistorius is about to leave court. There are cameras and journalists lined up along his exit route.
Judge Masipa adjourns court until tomorrow morning.
Pistorius is not back in court.
Roux says given Pistorius' emotional state he cannot responsibly ask him more questions.
And just like that court is back in session.
It's unclear what's going on - how long court will be adjourned for, if we'll hear more testimony today. Gerrie Nel and Judge Masipa have said they don't want to waste time. There's supposed to be an hour of court left.
If you're just joining us, read below to see what's happened so far.
Some very dramatic moments in court. We're waiting to see how long court will be adjourned for.
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Pistorius is wailing on the stand while Judge Masipa adjourns court. You can hear him crying heavily.
A pause as Pistorius collects himself.
Pistorious's voice is cracking a lot. It sounds like he's half crying.
He took a step or two back when he saw there was no one in the bathroom who could imminently attack. He started screaming again for Steenkamp to call the police.
Pistorius shown a photo of the bathroom. He says he saw no one in the bathroom or in the shower but saw the toilet door was closed.
Pistorius says there was no light in the bathroom. He could see that the window had been opened.
Pistorius: I had my back against the wall. I wasn't sure if there were people in the toilet or if they were on a ladder or if they were around the corner.
He made his way to where the carpet and tile meet . He says he has less mobility on tile.
His gun was in his right hand, his left hand against the wall for stability.
Pistorius goes back to describing to enter the bathroom. He thought the intruders were in the bathroom and were going to come around the corner at any time.
Roux says during the adjournment Pistorius asked to put his suit back on.
Court is back in session. Pistorius is on the stand.
Court should be back momentarily
So Pistorius' version of events is that burglars used a ladder that was on the outside of his house to climb through a bathroom window and that said burglar(s) hid in the bathroom when they heard Pistorius shouting.
Barry Roux notes the time and asks for the lunch break. Court is adjourned.
Roux has Pistorius identify the passage and bathroom window on photos being shown in court. He might be trying to slow things down, we're almost at the lunch break.