Court Hears How ‘Neglected’ Anders Breivik Suffered For Months With Playstation Blisters


JAILED mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has today accused the Norwegian state of neglect and attempted murder, telling the judge presiding over his human rights trial that he spent over 6 months with “stingy playstation blisters” on his thumbs without any treatment.

Breivik, a right-wing extremist who killed 77 people in a bombing and gun massacre in 2011, recalled how he had to use his other fingers to play the popular games console, and that every time he would eat potato chips or anything salty, it would leave him in excruciating pain.

“At one stage I had to turn off GTA for a whole day because my blisters were so sore,” said the 37-year-old. “I was on a Trevor mission and had to defend my meth lab from being destroyed, but I couldn’t because no one was there to nurse me. I couldn’t even go out to the gym and work out because the sweat irritates it too.”

“And while I’m here, my flat screen TV has this really annoying flickering problem, that I find very distracting”. he added.

Breivik, an ultranationalist who boasted of killing his victims to prevent the “Islamization” of his country, also said the toilet paper in the prison was rather rough, and sometimes left his anus irritated and leaky.

“I don’t know whether it’s the rich diet of steaks or what have you, but sometimes when I go to bed with an itchy hole, I wake up in the morning with an itchy finger,” he concluded, now smirking and giving a Nazi salute to the court.

Breivik is currently serving life in prison for the massacre, without any possibility of parole. He also admits to being an avid supporter of Donald Trump.