Published Monday, 04 June 2012
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Raj Theekoy imitated the cry as the Supreme Court in Port Louis fell silent.
"I started hearing a woman screaming three times," he recounted. "She was screaming in pain."
The witness said that, while he was scared at first and thought a couple were having a fight, he then saw the two defendants - Avinash Treebhoowoon, 31, and 42-year-old Sandip Moneea - coming out of the room.
They both deny strangling the 27-year-old victim in room 1025 of the luxury Legends Hotel in January last year.
Raj Theekoy is being seen as a star witness in this case.
UTV’s Alison Fleming, in Mauritius
Mr Theekoy further described how he and both defendants were among the employees who went to the room after Michaela's body was discovered and a commotion broke out.
Describing how he saw the victim's husband John McAreavey, he added: "He was crying and said: 'Please save my wife'."
Mr Theekoy was originally a suspect in the case and was charged with conspiracy to murder, but the charge has since been dropped and he has been granted immunity from prosecution in return for his witness testimony.
Giving evidence in his native tongue of French Creole, he further claimed one of the accused - Moneea - warned him to keep his mouth shut when he confronted him about what he saw.
Mr Theekoy claimed he was told: "If you open your mouth, you'll become part of this problem."