Skyrim Modder Makes Teabagging Illegal in Tamriel

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A screenshot of a Skyrim guard.
Credit: Ice885 on Nexus Mods.

The land of Skyrim is home to a lot of shifty folks living a life of crime, from hardened heist veterans to skilled assassins and even loose change thieves.

For any stealth build, getting in and amongst these shady characters is a must, assuming that your ultimate goal is to rise to the top of the province's malevolent underworld via the Thieves' Guild or Dark Brotherhood.

However, no matter what dirty deeds usually get you to the top of these organisations, they pale in comparison to one horrific crime sometimes committed by Skyrim players which has long gone unpunished. Now, thanks to a modder, it finally comes with a fitting penalty.

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The mod that outlaws this foul act is called ‘Teabagging is a crime’ and is the work of modder SilverDragon437, whose previous work includes allowing the much-memed Nazeem to slap the Dragonborn and making streamer Belle Delphine an in-game follower.

Now, however, they’ve used their modding powers to outlaw bending down when standing over corpses, with the description declaring that when it comes to teabagging: “you must be punished for your misdeeds, and this mod will do just that.”

The punishment in question is a 500 gold bounty with the hold guards tasked with keeping the victim of your crime safe, or with the Whiterun guard if the person isn’t held down by these kinds of ties.

So get ready to be arrested or killed the moment that you crouch down, though that isn’t all this mod has in store for you, with a more strict penalty in force for serial teabaggers, as you can see in the video below:

Now, if the vulgar displays of teabagging in that video, which were necessary to show off the mod have upset you, don’t worry, as the modder certifies that: “nobody was harmed in the making of this mod except for two generous Whiterun guards”, suggesting that the suffering was limited as much as possible.

So, get ready for the worst of Skyrim’s criminal scum to get their comeuppance and make sure to follow us for more updates on The Elder Scrolls 6 and the wacky world of Skyrim modding.