Schapelle Corby has posted a video mocking the media following her arrival back into the country.
The convicted drug smuggler, who has spent the past 13 years in Bali, managed to evade waiting media at Brisbane airport on Sunday by sneaking out a back exit and into one of six black SUV cars.
In the clip, shared to her Instagram account, Schapelle can be seen smirking and shrugging her shoulders as her sister Mercedes pans the camera from video footage of the cars, back to Schapelle.
"There’s the convoy. ‘Pelle’s being chased by helicopter," Mercedes can be heard saying.
"In that car, but... there we are," she says as she laughs and turns the camera to her sister.
Schapelle captioned the video, which has already been viewed over 80,000 times, "Pelle's being chased. 'They're doing what they do best'" before thanking two friends for helping to arrange the cars.
Mercedes also posted the video, writing, "Doing what they do best … factual news reporting!!!"
Last night Schapelle also posted a close-up image of her handbag, which features a photo of missing boy William Tyrrell.
The 39-year-old held the bag up to media cameras over the weekend as she left Bali, with William's family then writing a post distancing themselves from her and saying they "are not happy" about the use the photo or being associated with a convicted criminal.