Gourmet meal choices ease lags’ por­ridge

Midweek Sport - - NEWS -

PRISON cons are feast­ing on seafood proven­cale, jerk chicken, gam­mon steak and mous­saka, ac­cord­ing to a Free­dom of In­for­ma­tion re­quest.

Menus show pris­on­ers at HMP Brix­ton can choose from up to FOUR dif­fer­ent in­ter­na­tional meals at din­ner time, in­clud­ing Shep­herd’s Pie, chicken chow mein, beef vin­daloo and Span­ish omelette.

They can also tuck into a help­ing of co­conut sponge, lemon cake or trea­cle roly-poly for their dessert.

The av­er­age cost of feed­ing a prisoner in Bri­tain is now £2.20 a day – a 10 per cent in­crease since 2008.

The Min­istry of Jus­tice in­sisted all meals were cre­ated within a set.

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