Whitecastle's Sandbox
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment locker on Site-██. All wireless and Ethernet connections on Site- must be disabled at all times, and access to the internet within Site-██ is strictly prohibited. SCP-XXXX may not be permitted the use of any form of electrical technology, including a telephone.

Should the frequency of SCP-XXXX's emanating waves rise to 5Ghz, Foundation staff located in [REDACTED] are to be alerted immediately, who must then carry out Procedure 357-Reardon until wave frequency drops to a constant value of 2.4Ghz.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an unidentified male Caucasian humanoid, appearing to be between 18-25 years of age. No DNA in the Foundation database correlate's with that of SCP-XXXX, though the subject identifies itself as "Burnsley".

SCP-XXXX's body constantly emits a series of radio waves of varying wavelength, though tend to remain at around 2.4Ghz. When within a range of 46m to SCP-XXXX, web-enabled devices will recognise these waves as a Wi-if connection named "777", and will allow access to the internet when connected to. How SCP-XXXX achieves this without the use of necessary hardware is unknown. When a device connects to this signal, SCP-XXXX reports a feeling of nourishment, as if feeding, though this does not appear to be an essential act of nourishment. SCP-XXXX's main source of sustenance appears to come from activity on the Internet; vast increases in such activity (e.g. Internet rush hours) raise SCP-XXXX's radio wave frequency and seemingly increase its strength, and severe decreases in gloabl internet activity lower wave frequeinces and make SCP-XXXX physically weaker, often resulting in sweating and fatigue.
Addendum: SCP-XXXX was discovered