8:01PM EST November 9. 2012 - Anders Breivik, the right-wing Norwegian who massacred 77 people in bomb and gun attacks last year, is unhappy with his new prison home, complaining his cell and coffee are cold, he has no view and he's not allowed skin moisturizer, the BBC reports.
In a 27-page complaint to prison authorities, Breivik declared the conditions "inhumane."
Some other short-comings, according the letter, obtained by the Norwegian paper VG, include: not enough butter for his bread; having to rush his morning shave; handcuffs that are "too sharp," and having to live in a cell that is decorated badly.
Breivik's cell has three sections, each 86 square feet -- one for sleeping, one for study and one for exercising.
That makes it bigger than apartments being considered in San Francisco.
"I highly doubt that there are worse detention facilities in Norway," he wrote.
In August, Breivik was sentenced to special "preventive detention" that is likely to keep him incarcerated for a minimum of 21 years for the slaughter, which mostly involved teenagers on an island camp off Oslo that is run by the ruling Labor Party. His sentence can be extended indefinitely if he's deemed a threat to the public.