Item #: SCP-4073

Object Class: Safe


Special Containment Procedures: SCP-4073 must be kept in a 3 in. by 3 in. locked toolbox, stored inside of a cardboard shoe box. The shoe box should be kept in a steel container, inside of a 3 ft. by 5 ft. closet with concrete floors and walls. The steel container containing the shoe-box must be furthest from the entrance to the closet, pressed against the furthest wall. The walls of the closet must be covered in soundproof foam, with a 10-padlock steel door to prevent personnel from entering.

NO PERSONNEL are permitted to enter the closet or engage with SCP-3507 under any circumstances.

Description: SCP-4073 is a 3'' bobble-head replica of TV star and personality George Lopez. The replica, when an individual is in a 5 foot vicinity of the object, will cause WAR's 1975 song, Low Rider, to play very faintly around the individual for the next 240 hours.

Those that encounter an affected individual of SCP-4073 will have Low Rider play very faintly around them for the next 240 hours as well.

As of now, there is no known premature solution to stop this anomaly, the affected must wait until the full 240-hour cycle has been complete for the song to stop.

The origins of SCP-4073 are currently unknown, but it is suspected that it originated from a 2004 contest in which viewers of the George Lopez sitcom were asked by George Lopez himself to spot as many hidden Mickey Mouse logos in the episode "George Goes to Disneyland".

The winners of the contest were granted $10,000, a trip to Disneyland, and other rewards. It is suspected that this George Lopez bobble-head was a reward for winning this contest.

Additional Notes: If any unauthorized personnel come into contact with SCP-4073, a notice of termination will be delivered to them effective immediately. It's very annoying. We can't take it anymore.