A triple killer has won £800 in compensation after some of his belongings - including nose hair clippers, cranberry juice and an alarm clock - were lost or broken.
Kevan Thakrar, 26, was awarded the money because prison officers also lost 'priceless' photographs and personal items.
A judge said it was made worse as staff did not apologise to him.
In March 2010, Thakrar attacked three prison guards with a broken bottle at Frankland prison in County Durham
He was cleared of two counts of attempted murder and three of wounding with intent, a decision which prompted widespread fury.
Following the attack Thakrar was moved from Frankland to Woodhill Prison in Milton Keynes and it was during this move that some of his possessions were misplaced.
More top news
They took a vehicle from Newcastle before driving to North Shields, where they collided with a 72-year-old and left him for dead.
Roger Burrell from Chester-le-Street broke the European record in the 84-89 years category in the 100m in May.
GSK said the cash boost would help build a new sterile facility at Barnard Castle and will create jobs