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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept inside a 3x3x3 m storage cell at Site-19. The center of its storage cell is to contain a 1.5 meter pedestal. This pedestal should support one empty bottle used for a Coca-Cola® product, with its cap off. The storage cell is to be outfitted with an airlock.

Every hour, one of the on-site D-Class personnel is to enter the storage cell through the airlock and replace the bottle on the pedestal. The contents of the old bottle are safe for human consumption, and may be consumed or disposed of at the discretion of the supervisor.

The concrete walls of the cell containing SCP-XXXX are to be repaired by maintenance crews once weekly. An alternate cell may be used during this process, provided that it is also secured via airlock.

SCP-XXXX-1 is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment cell at Site-██. It may not be exposed to any items made of plastic. In addition to standard rations, it is to be provided with one liter of any caffeinated beverage any Coca-Cola® product daily.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a bottle cap physically consistent with those manufactured by the Coca-Cola® company. It matches the appearance and composition of the cap of Coca-Cola's Plant Bottle™, which has been manufactured since 2009.

SCP-XXXX is in near-constant motion, deriving its acceleration from an unknown anomalous source in violation of the laws of thermodynamics. It displays the ability to navigate to the nearest object that may be described as a used, opened Coca-Cola® bottle, disregarding obstacles such as walls and gravity. It is, however, still tangible; it does not pass through walls but drills through them. The object itself is not worn down by this process.

Upon reaching any used, opened Coca-Cola® bottle, SCP-XXXX screws itself onto the bottleneck1 and refills the bottle with the same product that originally filled it. Testing indicates that this process can occur only once per bottle; once a bottle has been refilled, SCP-XXXX no longer seems to acknowledge it as a target.