Police evacuated the area and declared an exclusion zone after the discovery of a "suspicious device" - the bomb squad was called in to investigate, and all trains were halted and flights grounded.
The incident ended when police shot the man with non-lethal beanbag rounds, after which he surrendered to the officers.
"This is to reinforce the message that police do not take a decision to shut an worldwide airport down lightly and to show exactly what our officers were confronted with when they arrived".
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At around 11.30pm Brisbane Airport announced the re-opening of the terminal, however, warned there would be some delays. The man allegedly pulled out a knife after an argument with a woman, reportedly a family member.
There was locked down at the Brisbane global airport in Australia on Sunday after a man flaunted a knife and made a bomb threat at a food court.
Police published a photograph of the fake bomb yesterday, with Queensland police commissioner Ian Stewart telling reporters it was an illustration of the "extraordinary lengths" the man had gone to "to create a perception of risk, threat and fear".
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Giving an account of the incident, Officer Jarius Daugherty said the Woman narrated that Moss had assaulted her first. Moss was released from jail Saturday afternoon after he being held on $8,000 signature bond, jail records show.
He has not been publicly named and will appear in a Brisbane court on Monday. "The alleged behaviors ... what he was saying, what he was doing was certainly terrifying".
It said that both Queensland Police and Australian Federal Police responded to the incident.
Police have released an image of the device used in a domestic violence-related incident that sparked a mass evacuation of Brisbane Airport's global terminal.
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"The words that had been used by the alleged offender in this matter, his behaviour and the statements that he's made caused us to need to look at a number of vehicles and residences to ensure there were no IED (improvised explosive devices) or anything of concern", Assistant Commissioner Crawford said.