- his coffee is served cold
- he does not have enough butter for his bread
- he is not given moisturiser
Actually, no, it's not a hotel.
Another clue? Okay, his quarters are three rooms, one for sleeping, one for studying, one for exercising.
Ah, you got it - a college dorm! Fancy, too, right? Three living areas? Way posh. Shame about the lack of butter but hey, otherwise not too shabby.
Not a dorm.
Okay, the last clue comes from this gentleman's other complaints:
- poor decorations and no view
- his quarters are too cold, forcing him to wear three layers of clothes
- he has to rush his morning shave and brushing of teeth
- light and television switches are outside the quarters, so he has to ask for help to change channel or sleep
That's right, Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik isn't getting enough butter and he doesn't like the drapes. Full story from the BBC here.
So my question in the title refers to whom. . .
Is Brevik insane for writing a letter to complain of these privations?
Is the Norwegian government insane for putting him in such nice digs?
Or is the BBC insane for writing a story about a mass murderer who'd like more butter?
Of course, no reason why it can't be all three.