v112:hazardous-toy
rating: +1+x
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Site Responsible: INWBKL Site-002
Director: Jame Treeson
Research Head: John Smith
Assigned Task Force: MTF Epsilon- █
Level 2/XXXX
CLASSIFIED

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be placed in a small box of any kind. Not much can be said about containing the object since it doesn't show any harm to organisms when it comes in touch with any other part of their body except for the feet. Any personnel taking the object to a test is required to always wear protective, sealed boots. SCP-XXXX-1 beings are to be contained in a cryopod, frozen. No personnel is to be in touch with SCP-XXX-1 beings barehanded.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an old red brick from the well-known toy brand "Lego". SCP-XXXX was produced back in ████ as a part of the ███ set of lego bricks. When SCP-XXXX was first found it's was locked inside of a wooden container dug in a destroyed house's back yard located in the United States, Pennsylvania. When a personnel's foot comes in physical touch with SCP-XXXX the personnel will immediately start to feel pain in their foot, as for the latest reports the foot continues to hurt for between an hour to two hours before fully it stops functioning. After approximately 48 hours since the initial contact, the personnel will become disabled and won't be able to move a muscle. After exactly 72 hours pass since the initial contact, the personnel will start to slowly fall apart in the appearance of lego bricks. The "Lego bricks" (now designated SCP-XXXX-1) first appeared to be inanimate but after further research, they were found to be small organisms acting like a living cell. SCP-XXXX-1 beings will evaporate when in touch with a different organism, the substance produced by SCP-XXXX-1's is highly lethal to organisms and will dissolve any organic matter in touch with it. SCP-XXXX-1 is appeared to feed itself by operating a photosynthesis process.