YORKSHIRE RIPPER had to be ‘handcuffed to bed’ after suffering chest pains
Peter Sutcliffe, 74, was rushed to A&E on Wednesday, October 28 with a suspected heart attack after he alerted staff at MP Frankland that he was suffering from ‘crushing chest pains’.
Sutcliffe, who was jailed in 1981 after murdering 13 women in the 1970s and 1980s, is reportedly handcuffed to his hospital bed and is being heavily monitored by armed guards.
A source told The Sun: “His heart rate is really high and oxygen is really low. He’s had symptoms of a heart attack.
“He’s got three officers with him in hospital and is cuffed by both hands and is also cuffed to the bed.
“He was complaining of chest pains and went to the healthcare in the prison and was sent straight to A&E.”
The source also said that Sutcliffe is being treated in his own room as doctors won’t treat him on the ward.
ITV announced this month that it will be airing a new drama about The Yorkshire Ripper.
Sutcliffe is serving a life sentence after brutally murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven others in the north of England.
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