Paul Peters, the man who tied a fake collar bomb to a Sydney schoolgirl, has lost his bid to have his jail sentence cut.
The man who tied a fake collar bomb around the neck of a Sydney schoolgirl has lost his bid to have his sentence cut.
Paul Peters was handed a minimum 10-year term last year.
He appealed against the severity of the sentence, saying the judge didn't take his mental illness into consideration.
Peters entered the Mosman home of Madeleine Pulver in August 2011.
He tied the device around her neck with a ransom note attached.