SCP 420 – The Bottle That’s Always Full

SCP 420 – The Bottle That’s Always Full

Item #: SCP 420  –  Object Class: Safe

Description of the subject: SCP 420 is a dirty bottle of [REDACTED]-brand whiskey. When you empty it, a small amount of whiskey-like liquid always remains in the bottle. I will appear as a liquid adhering to the sides. This liquid pools back into the bottle over time, refilling it over time. Drinking SCP 420 will cause a nonfatal but consuming degeneration and mutation of the skin and hair. This SCP can only affect humans, and early cases can be treated.

SCP 420 – The Bottle That’s Always Full

SCP 420 – The Bottle That’s Always Full

You cannot wash you SCP 420. Any liquid you put into the bottle will also turn into SCP-420. When you pour it out, the liquid inside retains its properties for up to 48 hours. Chemical analysis shows no anomalies in the liquid before or after loss of potency. It is identical to  [REDACTED] brand whiskey when potent. When it loses its potency, the chemical structure changes to that of concentrated urine. Analysis shows that the urine belongs to a human male with an age of around 50, with severe liver degeneration. Further analysis shows that the urine contains traces of [DATA EXPUNGED].

Special Containment Procedures: SCP 420 is to remain in storage locker 1014-420 at Site-██. To remove it from storage you need Level 3 clearance. Samples of SCP-420-1 not in use for testing should remain in the container marked “SCP-420-1-decon”. After it loses its potency, the personnel will discard it with biohazardous liquid waste. Please make note of the time and date in the attached log when samples of SCP-420-1 are added to the decon container.

Those infected with SCP-420-2 are non-contagious. They should remain in confinement in standard solitary. On reaching phase 3, the infectee’s rations should double. Phase 4 infectees will remain under constant surveillance for signs of advancement. If they reach the last phase, incineration is the only measure left to apply.

 

 

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