A pair of convicts have been handed an extra 14 years after a vicious attack on a fellow prison inmate.
Jake Ratcliffe, 22, attacked the victim in his cell with a sock, containing what is thought to be a pool ball, in July last year.
He was joined in the attack at G4S-run HMP Birmingham by 25-year-old Nicholas Avey.
The 53-year-old man was left with three fractures to his jaw and other bruising after being kicked and punched to the floor.
Both men pleaded not guilty to the assault, but a jury found them guilty after five-day trial and they were jailed for an extra seven years each at Birmingham Crown Court.
Prison crime investigator DC Chris Franks said: “Anyone serving time in prison is still