The serial killer, 72, moaned about having to wear a neon suit and being surrounded by medics, guards and cops.
He was taken from HMP Frankland, Durham, to a special unit at Sunderland Royal Infirmary for emergency treatment.
Sutcliffe, who murdered 13 women, moaned to a pal: “I had shackles on all night and had to ask permission to use the toilet.
"Then I was forced to wear a hospital nightie. It was humiliating.”
A jail source said: “You’d think he’d be grateful. People were astonished with the quick treatment he got.”
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