Another customer eating at the notorious Heart Attack Grill was carried out by paramedics on a stretcher from the downtown Las Vegas restaurant, after suffering a possible heart attack at the restaurant that serves up “Bypass” burgers and “Flatliner” fries.

Restaurant owner “Doctor” Jon Basso told KLAS-TV that the woman in her 40s was "doing everything society tells you not to do" like eating the restaurant’s infamous “Double Bypass” burger, drinking a margarita and smoking cigarettes before falling onto the floor unconscious Saturday night.

Basso said that the ambulance had arrived at the restaurant in five minutes and that the woman’s current condition or cause of the medical incident is still not determined, but she is expected to recover.

Just two months ago, in February, a man had also collapsed at Heart Attack Grill while eating the restaurant’s “Triple Bypass burger,” which estimated to contain about 6,000 calories.

At the time, Heart Attack Grill had a policy that offered free meals to people who weighed over 350 pounds, which the restaurant justified in a mission statement that read: "Doctors agree that continually cycling body weight up and down is one of the very worst things a person can do to themselves. That's why our program is focused upon keeping your weight in an extremely stable, gradual, and constant upward slope."

Basso had also said in February, after a man had a heart attack in his restaurant, that there have been a “variety of incidents” at the restaurant, but heart attack incident, which happened also on a Saturday, was the first time there was a full-scale coronary.

The restaurant opened last October and is notorious for serving high-calorie, high-fat foods, sells a record 9,983 "Quadruple Bypass Burger,” which has been noted by the Guinness World Record for having the highest amount of calories ever in a burger, according to Basso.

The restaurant even has a sign that says that indicates says, “Caution! This establishment is bad for your health,” and the just last March the restaurant’s spokesperson Blair River died at 29-years-old from pneumonia. River had reportedly been 575 pounds, according to USA Today.

"Who doesn't want to risk a little danger every once in a while," Basso told CBS This Morning following the February heart attack. "If I can put danger back into hamburgers, all the better."