The owner of a hospital-themed Las Vegas restaurant known for its high-calorie menu says another patron has suffered an apparent medical episode there.

Heart Attack Grill owner Jon Basso told KVVU-TV that a woman had been eating, drinking alcohol and smoking before she fell unconscious one night. “I would say the woman gave her body every single thing it could handle and it finally gave out,” Basso told KVVU. It was unclear whether her medical issue was related to the food.

It was at least the second medical episode inside the restaurant that glorifies unhealthy eating. Its menu includes dishes called “Quadruple Bypass Burger,” which has nearly 8,000 calories, “Flatliner” fries and free meals to people over 350 pounds.

A man was stricken in mid-February and taken to the hospital while eating a “Triple Bypass Burger.”

The condition of the unidentified woman aged in her mid forties, was not immediately known. She was wheeled out of the downtown restaurant by paramedics who arrived within five minutes, said Basso.

The woman was rushed to a local hospital and expected to recover, KTNV-TV reported. It was still not known what caused her to collapse, but Basso told the Los Angeles Times she had apparently gotten what she came for – a brush with death.

“We attract an avant-garde clientele – thrill-seekers, risk-takers,” he said, adding that his restaurant was “bad for you, but fun” and was popular with “people who don’t really take good care of their health.”