Buxom Bandit 'hands herself in'
A woman claiming to be Australia's infamous 'Buxom Bandit' has surrendered to police.
CCTV footage of the curvaceous blonde in a low-cut top holding up a filling station quickly went viral.
Now, Tonee Walker, 22, has handed herself into police on the Gold Coast, claiming to be the robber.
Walker, 22, has been charged with armed robbery and theft, reports local media.
Her alleged getaway driver, Alexander Joshua Spinks, also appeared in court after turning himself into police.
The Buxom Bandit became a viral phenomenon after security video of her wielding a knife in a provocative outfit emerged on the Internet.
Chris Rossiter, Walker's lawyer, said his client and her family were embarrassed by all the publicity.
"She's aware of all the notoriety she's received - it wasn't something she set out to achieve," he said.
"It's been devastating for the family. It just seems out of character."