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Prison Cook Breaks The Eye Sockets Of Man Who Critiques His Chicken Parma

"He said there was too much tomato on top of the chicken parmigiana," Constable Reed said.

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A prison inmate has been left with two broken eye sockets following a critique of another prisoner's cooking.

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Matthew John Horner was sentenced yesterday following the incident, which occurred in 2011. Horner was working as the unit cook when another inmate critcised the way Horner made his chicken parmigiana, ABC News reports.

"He said there was too much tomato on top of the chicken parmigiana," Constable Reed said.

Later in the day, the pair ended up back in the unit and a fight broke out - resulting in the unidentified victim's two broken eye sockets.

The pair were housed in Bunbury Regional Prison, located in Davenport, Western Australia.

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Horner has been given an additional seven months on top of his previous sentence as punishment for the assault.

BuzzFeed News has approached WA Corrections for comment.

Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.

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