CASE PRESENTATION: Patient is a 46-year-old-male who was brought to the hospital after he passed out in the airport. He experienced dizziness and passed out in the lobby and had generalized tonic-clonic movement of the body with incontinence of the bladder and tongue biting. By the time EMS arrived, he was unresponsive. CPR was started, patient was attached to the monitor and 2 shocks were delivered and he was taken to the hospital where he was confused, did not have any localizing neurological deficit. He denied any chest pain and EKG done at the time revealed diffuse ST depression in the lateral leads with QT prolongation. The blood work revealed hypokalemia of 3 mEq/dl(3.5-5 mEq/dl), elevated ALT of 295U/L(21-72U/L) and AST of 319U/L(17-59U/L). Patient had a history of hypertension and OSA but was not compliant with therapy. He was a chronic smoker( ½ pack per day for 20 years) and drank alcohol 3 times a week. He did not have any history of similar episodes in self or family. He was taken to the cardiac catheterization laboratory, there was no coronary artery obstruction and the ejection fraction was normal. Patient was admitted to the telemetry where he was found to be pulseless after 4 hours, the EKG strip revealed torsades de points. He regained the pulse after 5 minutes, the repeat laboratory tests revealed low magnesium 1.2 mg/dl(1.6-2.2mg/dl). On obtaining further history, it was found that patient was taking over the counter loperamide over the last few months for diarrhea and had taken more than a bottle prior to the flight. The patient remained in the hospital over the next few days and had replacement of magnesium aggressively in the Coronary Care Unit. Patient did not have any further episodes of ventricular tachycardia and was discharged home.