An award winning cartoonist detained on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island is in a perilous state of health as his hunger strike enters a second week.
Known by his pen name, Eaten Fish has been in detention for about four years and held in isolation for the last eight months under suicide watch.
The 24-year-old from Iran suffers from post traumatic stress and obsessive compulsive disorders and is alleged to have been sexually assaulted by the officials who rejected his application for asylum.
The Guardian cartoonist Andrew Marlton, who's known as First Dog on the Moon, is part of a campaign to bring Eaten Fish to Australia.
Mr Marlton told Ben Robinson Drawbridge he's in contact with Eaten Fish on a daily basis.