Exploring New Vegas? Short on cash and low on ammo? Resigned yourself to thieving for supplies, but can't be bothered with all the aggro that goes with it? Don't want to waste your last valuable Stealth Boy on a simple case of common robbery? Well have we got the exploit for you.
All you'll need is a common-or-garden bucket. Because buckets in Fallout: New Vegas, it seems, have mystical properties. They turn your crime invisible allowing you to get away with the most blatent and surreally amusing crime in all of Nevada.
Simply find one of said multi-purpose recepticles, carry it to the scene of your chosen heist, and fill it with what you want. Then just drag the bucket away. It's that simple. Apparently the people of New Vegas can only register one item you're carrying at a time, and have no qualms with whatever you might want to do with your very own cylindrical metal pot. Here's the proof:
Glitch, loophole, or radiation-derived brain-failure? Only Bethesda and Obsidian know for sure. But either way, you'd better start hoarding now in case of bucket-nerfing patch.
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