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Item #: SCP-XXXX Level 3/XXXX
Object Class: Safe Classified


SCP-XXXX-1 installed at The ██████ █████ Pub.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in Mass Storage Site-335, Low-Security Warehouse 6. Any testing of SCP-XXXX must be authorized by MTF Iota-6301 “Designated Drivers”. Foundation employees working in Low-Security Warehouse 6 should be issued a bi-weekly memo detailing Foundation Code of Conduct 56: “Alcohol consumption and/or inebriation is not permissible in the workplace.”

Description: SCP-XXXX is a pair of public bathroom signs labelled “Gents/Hommes” and “Ladies/Dames” and designated SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 respectively.

When either SCP-XXXX is placed on a bathroom door in any establishment primarily serving alcoholic beverages (hereafter referred to as a bar), the anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX will manifest. Any individual with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) at or above 0.030% who enters SCP-XXXX’s affected bathroom and attempts to urinate will be instantly transported to another, non-anomalous, bar’s bathroom. Research indicates the distance between the two bars is a function of the individual’s BAC.

Recovery Log: SCP-XXXX-1 was recovered by Foundation agents investigating missing individuals in ██████, Quebec, Canada on March 17, 2009 during Saint Patrick's Day celebrations at The ██████ █████ Pub. SCP-XXXX was secured and local law enforcement recovered all missing persons of interest within 24 hours without incident.

Addendum XXXX.1: Project 651-Methe


Long Term Intensive Experimental Statistical Study

Overview: Project 651-Methe’s objective is to characterize and define the relationship between an individual's BAC and the resulting displacement as caused by SCP-XXXX. The primary method of data collection is Procedure A-651-Methe conducted by MTF Beta-55 “Day Drinkers” personnel.

[Edited 04/23/2011]

Going forwards, Procedure A-651-Methe will be replaced by Procedure B-651-Methe in order to collect more meaningful data.

[Edited 04/28/2011]

Project terminated as of April 28, 2011 per Ethics Committee Ruling

Secure, Contain, Protect
Lead Researcher, Doctor Vera Kedrov

Addendum XXXX.2: SCP-XXXX Incidents