A woman who attracted international notoriety for the low-cut top she wore during an armed robbery on Queensland's Gold Coast last year was sentenced to four years in jail yesterday.
Tonee Walker, the so-called 'buxom bandit', carried a knife during the robbery of a service station attendant at Arundel in July last year.
A Southport District Court judge today sentenced Walker to four years' imprisonment, with eligibility for parole from November 6.
Alexander Spinks, who drove the getaway car, pleaded guilty to being an accessory to armed robbery, stealing a mobile phone, unlawful use and arson of a motor vehicle and was sentenced to two years in jail, wholly suspended.
He was ordered to make full restitution for the stolen car and its contents.