I'm working on an SCP that is basically a guy who has an anomalous effect that makes everyone think he is super cool, brave and great at everything. If it does a puzzle with a D-Class then the D-Class will think the SCP did most of the work even if it didn't touch the pieces. If it starts weeping and banging on the walls of its cell then the guards will laugh and say nice try pal, we know you are the bravest guy in the world etc etc. It's kind of like a "real life" Mary Sue. There are a few ways I can go with it, I'm not sure which would be the best.
1: Regular clinical style description, have the glamour only work on "most people" so obviously the researcher can type it up fine. It gets really angry towards people that aren't affected by the glamour. If left alone with any of them it will attack them, if affected people are around or there are several unaffected it will just abuse the unaffected and claim they are a vicious liar trying to turn people against him. In some cases the affected people will attack the unaffected. If you are reading this and think this guy is cool then please submit yourself for some Class-A anmesiacs. I definitely don't think he is. Nobody in *this* facility does. We are all normal here.
2: Have the glamour affect literally everyone, including the guy writing the report. Have the article about how great and cool this guy is and how when the Foundation offered to let him join their spec ops team he was so modest that he refused, he must have been worried about cross-contamination. He even pretended to squeal and cry so we wouldn't embarrass ourselves by pushing the issue, that's nice of him. They leave the door open so he can explore the facility because he's the kind of guy you trust but he doesn't seem to leave his cell (and keeps accidentally shutting and locking it.) They think so anyway, they "know" he is a super awesome soldier and suave dude so his anomalous effect *must* be that all the brave things he does must go unnoticed and he only appears to be in his cell all the time. They assume their "knowledge" of his skills and ultimate coolness are a residual effect in their subconscious.
3: He's a complete coward with the glamour that everyone thinks he is super competent at everything, the toughest and bravest dude around. The Foundation keeps sending him bigger and badder challenges to see how much of an ultimate cool guy he is. For example they force him to put a party hat on 682, he's crying and shitting himself the whole time, causes a containment breach and eventually the regular dudes get everything back under control but die in the process. The researchers find him hiding under a table and congratulate him on his cunning deception of making 682 think he was no threat and definitely not the ultimate warrior he is. He's the only person in the area still alive he must have fought 682 off single-handedly. Pretending to be hiding under the table is so funny too what a card this guy is. Oh look he's crying manly tears over those poor fools who died stupidly, he's such a great guy. Now give 173 a back rub! Ahaha he was so excited to start he accidentally ran the wrong direction, I love this guy!
Which one of these works the best, is more original, least horrible etc?