We are presenting a case of complicated unsafe abortion that landed in sepsis. A 21-year-old morbidly febrile but conscious female patient was brought on a stretcher by her attendants in the Gynecology emergency room. A foul fecal stench was coming from her body. On detailed and sympathetic questioning, the patient revealed she underwent an abortion by a local birth attendant in her village at 19 weeks of pregnancy. After that, she had pain abdomen, intermittent bleeding per vagina, difficulty in passing stool, loss of appetite, and fever. She took some local treatment but her condition gradually deteriorated and fecal-smelling vaginal discharge started. The patient was immediately shifted to the Intensive Care Unit. The decision for laparotomy was made by the team of gynecologists and surgeons as the patient's condition was not improving. During laparotomy, fetal parts present in the paracolic gutter were taken out. Post laparotomy, the patient was shifted to ICU, and her condition gradually improved then she was shifted to the recovery ward after five days.