A feared mobster and convicted killer Imran “Baldy” Shahid has taken prison chiefs to court after they confiscated his PENIS PUMP.

The ruthless killer claims he needs the sex aid returned as he keeps taking a bad reaction to Viagra pills.

The 39-year-old said a medical professional told prison staff in 2015 that he needed the pump to treat his erectile dysfunction.

He said that he was now forced to use sex pills Viagra which gives him “serious” side-effects.

The Press and Journal report that he told the court: “It does not say anywhere that the governor has the right to query that.

“I’m being superseded by a governor who has zero medical experience.

“They are simply not allowed to do that.”

The prison governor’s lawyer Ross Fairweather told the sheriff the penis pump was taken away after a prison doctor said it was not required.

The sadistic murderer claims he needs the sex aid returned as he is taking a bad reaction to Viagra pills.

As well as his penis pump Shahid is also demanding that the prison governor hands him back his Xbox 360 or gives him £3,000 in compensation.

Shaid was caged for life for the brutal 2004 murder of Glasgow schoolboy Kriss Donald.

The thug led a gang that snatched the 15-year-old off the street near his home in the city’s south side simply because he was white.

The gang drove terrified Kriss around Scotland for hours before stabbing him, pouring petrol over him and setting him on fire while he was still alive.

Shahid was caged for life with a minimum of 25 years.

He has recently been kept behind bars in Peterhead prison after serving time in Perth, Kilmarnock and Saughton.

In January we reported how Shahid was claiming to be Jewish to get expensively-prepared Kosher meals in jail.

The killer had previously used his Muslim faith in a failed bid to win damages from the taxpayer for being kept in solitary. He complained about missing Ramadan prayers while locked in segregation.

In his latest action against the prison service he told a sheriff at Peterhead Civil Court that he suffered from erectile dysfunction and needed a penis pump to treat it.

Shahid took a copy of the prison’s rules with him to court where he told Sheriff Robert Dickson that jail governor Allister Purdie had no right to confiscate his penis pump.