Becker moans about grim food in prison as stint behind bars begins: "He cannot believe how bad it is"

Boris Becker has began his stint behind bars with 15 months his likely term with potential deportation after that but so far, it has been the food that has been the main issue.

Known for his love of cigars, posh food such as lobster and surf and turf, he was served corned beef as his first meal in a far cry from his lavish lifestyle.

“He is having a rough time and the worst thing of all is the food," a source told The Sun.

“He cannot believe how bad it is and how small the portions are. One of his first meals was corned beef, which wasn’t good.

“But he will have to get used to it. He is also shocked at the lack of hygiene at the prison because it’s so overcrowded.

“The conditions are miserable, almost inhumane. It can get cold in the cells and there’s hardly any daylight.

“It is all a massive shock to his system but he seems to be being treated OK.”

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