A racist child killer behind one of Scotland's most shocking murders in recent memory has lost a legal fight to have a penis pump and an Xbox returned to his jail cell.

Imran "Baldy" Shahid was caged for life with a minimum of 25 years in 2006 for the racially motivated murder of 15-year-old Glasgow schoolboy Kriss Donald.

The 40-year-old killer, who is jailed at Peterhead prison after serving time in Perth, Kilmarnock and Saughton jails, brought a civil claim against the Scottish Prison Service (SPS).

Shahid claimed that his penis enlarger should be returned as he suffers from erectile dysfunction and he has a "bad reaction" to Viagra tablets, which are prescribed in prisons.

The killer also wants his Xbox 360 returned, or £3,000 compensation for equipment and games, after it was confiscated when new rules were brought in due to inmates using the devices to access the internet.

On Monday (20 November) Sheriff Kevin Drummond at Peterhead Civil Court, rejected the killer's case, the Daily Record reported.

It was ruled that Shahid may be able to claim compensation for the Xbox as it was purchased when the rules were different.

Sheriff Drummond dismissed the penis pump case and awarded expenses to the SPS.

He said: "The Xbox carries wifi capabilities and can therefore be used as a personal communication device and as such it can lawfully be prohibited from cell possession.

"However Mr Shahid is entitled to a proof hearing on its confiscation because it was removed after a rule change and he may be entitled to compensation."

Shahid was part of a five-strong Pakistani gag that kidnapped 15-year-old Kriss Donald off the street simply because he was white.

The boy was stabbed repeatedly and then set on fire while he was still alive and four men were jailed for life for the killing.

Whilst in jail Shahid has complained that he has had his human rights violated by being unlawfully kept continuously in solitary confinement for 14 months, for his own protection.

He has also been attacked by other inmates whilst serving time.

The sheriff ordered Shahid to produce evidence of his Xbox costs and the case will continue early next year.