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Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently kept in a standard humanoid containment cell on Site-63. On-site medical specialists are to administer a physical examination to SCP-XXXX once weekly. Any changes to SCP-XXXX's health shall be reported to the Site Director immediately. Should SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties manifest, on-site medical personnel are permitted to enter into SCP-XXXX's cell and administer emergency medical assistance.

Personnel on Site-63 who act under Foundation guideline 4.11.c (Reporting of Romantic or Sexual Relationships to Administrative Personnel) are to be informed that any romantic contact (as defined under Foundation guideline 4.7.a) is highly discouraged in Section C of Site-63, and forbidden in Wings 8, 9, and 10.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a human male that is currently 93 years of age. SCP-XXXX is remarkably healthy for its age, likely as a result of Foundation medical care. However, in recent years SCP-XXXX's short-term memory has deteriorated. Due to the nature of its anomalous effect and its advanced age, SCP-XXXX currently poses no threat to Foundation personnel.

SCP-XXXX is able to detect human sexual intercourse that occurs within approximately 100 meters of itself. When this happens, SCP-XXXX's brain undergoes a broad amygdala hijack, where all auditory and visual input is redirected to the limbic area of its brain. The resulting hormonal flush is unusual in that it releases higher-than-usual amounts of low-half-life hormones, but none of the expected high-half-life hormones. This results in SCP-XXXX experiencing an extreme anger response which subsides as soon as all sexual intercourse in its 100-meter sensory range ceases.

As per the 1991 Rome Agreement, experimentation involving SCP-XXXX may only take place with the approval of both the O5 Council and GOI-003. Due to the complex and burdensome process for approval outlined in the Rome Agreement, researchers are strongly advised to consult with the Site Director and at least 2 Senior Researchers before submitting a proposal for review.