Authors present a case of a 75-year old woman who developed obstructive jaundice caused by migration of an embolization coil. Following ERCP during which the coil and surrounding biliary deposits were removed, the patient was discharge home. 7 months earlier the patient had undergone an elective cholecystectomy. Immediately after the procedure the patient was diagnosed with hemobilia caused by an aneurysym of the right hepatic artery. Endovascular procedure was performed and 3 embolization coils were implanted into the right hepatic artery.