A drug smuggler has been caught at Gatwick Airport with £180k of cocaine hidden in her 46D bra.
Nola Williams, 47, was stopped after arriving at the airport on a British Airways flight from Jamaica with a child and accomplice Raymond Goodison in January last year.
The pair were arrested as they boarded a Gatwick Express train to Victoria station, and a strip search revealed a kilo of cocaine stitched into the cups of Williams' bra.
After being arrested, Goodison was bailed and has since fled the country.
A court has heard how Goodison used Williams as a "mule". He was sentenced to 13 years in his absence, and it is believed he may now be in Jamaica or the US.
According to the Daily Mail, during Goodison's trial, prosecutor Louis French said: "The amount we are talking about is nearly a kilo of quite high quality, about 71 per cent purity and that 973g would, if it were sold on the street, be worth about £180,000."
William's sentencing has been delayed while her lawyer argues that she is a victim of human trafficking.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Judge Jeffery Blackett, sentencing Goodison at Croydon Crown Court, said: "This man Raymond Goodison was, effectively, charged with importing over a kilo of cocaine into this country.
"He used Miss Williams, there's no doubt about that, so she could sew the drugs into her bra. She came through customs, with a child and then the offence was discovered."
He added: "There's no doubt I can infer, that he played a leading role in this drug importation. He was convicted before and he was sentenced to 10 years for a similar offence and he recently had been involved in the supply of drugs. He was a man who was said to be unemployed, but had significant assets."
Williams, from Stockwell, London, was also due to be sentenced, but her barrister insisted she had been a victim of human trafficking.
According to the Daily Mail, adjourning her sentencing to a date to be set, Judge Blackett told Williams this week: "I'm not going to sentence you today because inquiries need to be made into your assertion that you have been subjected to human trafficking."