Craig Brydon, 38, was sentenced to 16 months in prison for a year and a half.
He was also ordered to perform 120 hours of unpaid work.
Bledden of Hawick Atkinson Road pleaded guilty to three allegations of burglary in the Berwick Magistrate Court in February, but the case was handed over to the Royal Court of Newcastle.
The court’s conversion was due to the belief that Britton’s crimes might be more severe than the judge’s right to make a harsher sentence.
Both courts told Braden that the intrusion he encountered as a heavy-duty truck driver on the road was caused by his superstition in women’s shorts.
In August and September 2016, all three thefts were in Wooler, one on Zhennan Road and two on Fenton Grange, and on an unspecified date between 2015 and 2017.
Brighton was arrested for giving up a pair of high heels with DNA near the address of South Road.
He then searched his home, bringing in women’s underwear and a wig taken from Wooler’s house.
Brendan initially denied the intrusion, claiming to have purchased the problematic item from the skip or charity store, but his work record allowed him to put him on Wooler on two nights of theft, prompting him to change direction and own It is.
According to the magistrate’s order, Braden has been suffering from epilepsy and depression, the former responsible for his underwear obsession.