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Whenever I get bored I tend to pickpockets everyone in sight. So, after I pretty much stripped every guard in the city down to his underwear, I noticed that my inventory was kinda full.

So I picked a nice fellow of which I thought: "That guy could use 17 complete sets of armor." After successfully putting 5 sets of armor in his pocket and trying to give another, a (half-naked) guard came to me and said that I had committed a crime against Skyrim and its people.

What crime did I commit?
(Ignoring the massive pick pocketing crime, 'cause nobody saw that or was paid not to see it)


Since this is not really seen as correct SE question I adjust my question a bit.
Is there a legal way to give 17 set of armor to somebody?

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closed as not constructive by kotekzot, Private Pansy, Michel, Frank, JohnoBoy Apr 8 '13 at 12:20

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I imagine if you saw someone cramming suits of armour into someone's pockets on the street without them noticing, you'd tell the authorities too... – Landric Apr 8 '13 at 11:29
This is a "why did they design it that way question", which is unanswerable and not a good fit for Arqade. – kotekzot Apr 8 '13 at 11:45

Trespassing onto someone elses property (your hand, in their pocket).

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In that case you should get arrested the moment you look in there pockets. And the people of Skyrim never made objection to me trespassing onto there property. – SirDuckduck Apr 8 '13 at 12:09
It became against the law after it was determined that the average citizen of Skyrim would not give a second thought to drinking random bottles of liquid that mysteriously materialized on their person. – Trent Hawkins Apr 8 '13 at 12:19

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