Violent lag records song from prison cell mocking victim he ‘beat to an inch of his life’

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A VIOLENT lag recorded a song in his prison cell mocking his victim.

Darren Curwen, 29, used a banned mobile for the YouTube video, since seen nearly 2,000 times.

Darren Curwen used a banned mobile for the vulgar video

Smirking songbird Darren Curwen, 29, strummed on his guitar after penning the lyrics to ‘Plastic Plates’.

The amateur boxer sings: “When I first came to jail I was looking pale, because the f***ing judge he wouldn’t give me bail.

“What’s a guy like me doing in this place, on a section 18 GBH, I didn’t use a weapon and I didn’t use a knife, I just beat the poor f***er to an inch of their life.”

The amateur boxer got five years for GBH in 2018.

Curwen had also hurled a TV, table and model Dalek at ex-work pal Michael McLaughlin.

Curwen accused him of grassing over an assault.

Curwen got five years for GBH in 2018

The clip was filmed at Category C Wealstun in Thorp Arch, West Yorks.

Curwen, of Workington, Cumbria, posted: “Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy playing it.”

The Ministry of Justice has been asked to comment.

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