PRISON tough guy Charles Bronson has demanded to move jails after complaining fellow inmates were being offered women's underwear.
Bronson, who used to live in Ellesmere Port, was offended when guards gave bras and panties to a killer jailbird who wants to become a woman.
The convicted murderer allegedly told warders at Wakefield jail in West Yorkshire that he also wants to be called Michelle, pending his sex-change operation.
But Bronson, who was dubbed Britain's most violent inmate following a string of assaults, riots and hostage-taking, has made an official complaint.
He has cited his 'human rights' not to share a prison with a preoperative transsexual man.
Bronson said: 'Why am I locked up in a prison with sex monsters being allowed to wear bras and panties, and being called girls' names?'
In his written complaint, Bronson said he felt 'humiliated and demoralised' by the decision.
And he added: 'What about my human rights? Even (mental unit) Broadmoor is not as mad as Wakefield.'
Bodybuilder Bronson's real name is Michael Peterson, but the 52-year-old changed it to honour his favourite tough-guy actor.
He was jailed in 1975 for armed robbery and has been held ever since for repeated offences committed inside prison.
Bronson has served time in numerous prisons, staged eight rooftop protests, assaulted 20 prison officers and caused £500,000 damage to prison property.
He has taken hostages on 10 occasions, even allegedly threatening to eat one of his victims.