A prisoner from Queensland sues the state after the authorities have failed to offer him a low-fiber meal, which he says has eased his colon infections and relieved his constant diarrhea (stock image)

Prisoner who has been serving ten years to set fire to his friend for no reason, comes to jail because he & # 39; does not give him a special high-fiber diet & # 39;

  • A man convicted of setting fire to his friend will prosecute the state for his prison diet
  • Michael John Hoogendoorn claims that he should have been eating low-fiber meals
  • He told the court that the food he received did not help with his diagnosed colitis
  • Hoogendoorn also claims that he has not received medical treatment on other occasions

A prisoner who served 10 years for pouring kerosene on his friend and set him on fire, may sue the authorities for allegedly giving him food that causes him bad diarrhea.

Michael John Hoogendoorn will sue Queensland Corrective Services and Queensland Health for allegedly providing no high-fiber diet and too many iron tablets, The Courier Mail reported.

Hoogendoorn, who is going to represent himself, told the Supreme Court of Queensland that he was given a fiber-rich diet from April or May 2017 and prescribed too much iron in June 2017.

The man argued that he had received a special diet, he would get less diarrhea – a side effect of his colitis, an inflammation of the colon.

A prisoner from Queensland sues the state after the authorities have failed to offer him a low-fiber meal, which he says has eased his colon infections and relieved his constant diarrhea (stock image)

A prisoner from Queensland sues the state after the authorities have failed to offer him a low-fiber meal, which he says has eased his colon infections and relieved his constant diarrhea (stock image)

He further claimed that he had sustained a stomach injury, because Corrective Services was reportedly unable to test for the situation in September 2016.

Hoogendoorn also claimed that he had suffered two earrings earlier in the same year from an ear injury and a dental injury after he had not received medical treatment.

In December 2011, he pleaded guilty to a malicious act with the intention of inflicting serious bodily harm, after leaving his 60-year-old drinking buddy in 2008 for no apparent reason.

Peter Flanagan Court of the Supreme Court ordered Michael John Hoogendoorn to sue the judge.

The man is eligible for release on December 7.

Michael John Hoogendoorn was sentenced to a 10-year prison term in 2011 for pouring his drinking buddy, 60, into kerosene and setting him on fire. He is eligible for the release of Borallon Correctional Center in Brisbane (photo) in December

Michael John Hoogendoorn was sentenced to a 10-year prison term in 2011 for pouring his drinking buddy, 60, into kerosene and setting him on fire. He is eligible for the release of Borallon Correctional Center in Brisbane (photo) in December

Michael John Hoogendoorn was sentenced to a 10-year prison term in 2011 for pouring his drinking buddy, 60, into kerosene and setting him on fire. He is eligible for the release of Borallon Correctional Center in Brisbane (photo) in December

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