Wayne Couzens and Levi Bellfield are offered meat-free roasts

Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens and child murderers Levi Bellfield and Ian Huntley are offered meat-free roasts and vegan sausages on Christmas Day

  • Wayne Couzens, Ian Huntley and Levi Bellfield were allegedly offered vegan food
  • They were also said to have been asked if they wanted turkey with all trimmings
  • Meanwhile Bellfield is said to have protected Couzens at HMP Frankland Durham

Britain’s most dangerous killers were offered vegetarian roasts and salads on Christmas Day, reports say.

Sick criminals including disgraced Met Police officer Wayne Couzens and child murderers Ian Huntley and Levi Bellfield were given plant-based options.

They were also asked if they wanted turkey with all the trimmings at Frankland prison in County Durham.

It comes as Bellfield is said to have taken Couzens under his wing at the jail because he feels sorry for him.

The three-time killer has taken a shine to Sarah Everard’s killer, it is claimed.

Sick criminals including disgraced Met Police officer Wayne Couzens (pictured) and child murderers Ian Huntley and Levi Bellfield were given plant-based options

They were also asked if they wanted turkey with all the trimmings at Frankland prison in County Durham. Pictured: Bellfield in 2004

The day started with a selection of cereals before Christmas dinner which was topped off with Christmas pudding or fruit cocktail. Pictured: Huntley

The day started with a selection of cereals before Christmas dinner which was topped off with Christmas pudding or fruit cocktail, the Sun reports.

The newspaper said that for dinner they were given the choice of a vegan pasty, tuna mayo roll or chicken and pasta salad.

The convicts were also reportedly given the option of bacon or vegetarian sausages for those that now refuse to eat meat.

The twisted inmates, many of them lifers, are set for the same menu on New Year’s Day.

The twisted inmates, many of them lifers, are said to be set for the same menu on New Year’s Day. Pictured: HMP Frankland

Meanwhile prisoners at Wakefield were allegedly offered mushroom and spinach kiev or a wellington slice topped with roast potatoes, sprouts, carrots and gravy.

They were then reportedly treated to Christmas pudding with white sauce and a banana.

A Ministry of Justice spokesman said: ‘Meals in prisons over Christmas are paid for from within the existing budget and at no extra cost to the taxpayer.

‘What is spent on food per prisoner per day, and the breakdown per meals, is ultimately a decision for each governor and their catering team.’

Couzens is on a life-long rap for murdering Ms Everard (pictured) after using his status as a police officer to kidnap her in London earlier this year

Bellfield is said to have stepped in to protect Couzens after the disgraced policeman moved into the same prison just before Christmas.

A source told the Sun: ‘Levi put the word about they should not touch Couzens or bully him.

‘Not a lot of people mess with Levi. He told others they were all inside for serious crimes so should not judge. It is a bizarre situation.’

They added: ‘He is the last person you would expect to be protecting a former police officer.’

Couzens is on a life-long rap for murdering Ms Everard after using his status as a police officer to kidnap her in London earlier this year.

Bellfield has a life sentence for killing Milly Dowler, 13, Marsha McDonnell, 19, and Amelie Delagrange, 22.

Huntley, a former school caretaker, was convicted of the murders of Soham schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.

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