The court heard that during a search of Hunt’s home in Claverham, officers found a diary in which he had written a story about someone called Jack who bought a black rubber suit and a mask with white paint on the mask.
He had also carried out internet searches in 2022 and 2023 for “Somerset Gimp” and “Gimp of Cleeve”, the court heard.
Following his sentencing, District Judge Joanna Dickens said she accepted that Hunt had already spent a month on remand before his trial and that this was a greater punishment than any sentence she could impose.
“I accept that you have already received punishment and spent time in prison and lost your good character in a very public way and it will no doubt affect you for the rest of your life,” he said.
Hunt is the subject of an Interim Sexual Risk Order which prohibits him from wearing a mask or possessing one in a public place and from wearing black all-in-one clothing at night in public.
You must also not “crawl, wriggle, or writhe on the floor while wearing a full-body covering or mask” or visit the areas where the violations were committed.
The order will be reviewed by a court on November 3.
Avon and Somerset Police said he had previously been arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance in connection with a series of incidents in the Cleeve, Claverham and Yatton areas last year.