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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX must be kept in a sound-proof containment canister at all times while not being tested on. Handling and testing of SCP-XXXX is to be carried out by D-Class personnel within a standard vacuum-sealed testing chamber. Audio recording devices are prohibited from being considered for testing purposes. Video-only testing equipment is permitted. SCP-XXXX should be kept out of low battery status at all times and recharged accordingly.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an early flip-model cellular device. The left hinge of SCP-XXXX's flip feature is severely damaged and prevents it from retracting fully. The initials P.F are written on an adhesive strip attached to the back of SCP-XXXX. Investigations into the identity of P.F have proven inconclusive. Preliminary testing has revealed that SCP-XXXX is capable of causing damage to nervous systems within a short distance with increasing intensity and damage in closer proximity. The object has one potential defensive mechanism to prevent tampering, resulting in a high powered frequency wave or transmission capable of targeting and attacking the central nervous system those attempting to access SCP-XXXX's internal structure.

SCP-XXXX was recovered from a coffee house in Seattle, Washington by Foundation agents after reports of widespread headaches and three instances of SSHL1 affected the business over the course of approximately seven hours. Elements of MTF ████-1 promptly responded and immediately transferred SCP-XXXX to Site-29 for study. The post-incident investigation report concluded that nobody has since attempted to contact the coffee establishment inquiring about a lost phone. Closed-circuit security footage obtained from the business is deemed inadequate to determine how SCP-XXXX appeared in the corner booth, roughly five (5) meters outside camera view.