True. Nice photo. You made your own diagnosis. I guess you are are talking about “bridging comb” - “breached comb” was an autocorrect snafu probably!
I would remove the worst (don’t crush it, scrape or cut it off with a knife or hive tool) of the bridging comb, then put the frames shoulder-to-shoulder. If you don’t do that, it will never get better because they will use the creative comb as a guide to build more of the same.
My hives seem to have more bridging comb with plastic foundation than wax, especially if the spacing is not right. I think that is because the bees don’t really like plastic, and while they will use it, if there is enough space, they prefer to build their own creative comb with no plastic. I would suggest a follower board like this one at one end of the box to discourage creative comb up against the hive wall, because when you push the frames snug together, you will have a big gap at the side.
I wish you and your bees all the best. Please keep us updated, and ask any more questions if you want to!