Above is a sample of the meals given to men detention by Australia on Manus Island PNG.
It costs Australian taxpayers nearly half a million dollars a year for each detained person.
This is about $4000 per person per day.
Australia pay’s Broadspectrum about $1.2 billion dollars a year to for this.
Refugee advocate Lynne Murphy says –
Surely we should expect better than contaminated meals, mouldy bread, fermenting and befouled beans, rancid meat, and rotten fruit.
Earlier we reported out-of-date food being served.