65-year old man presented with acute onset right-sided numbness and deviation of eyes to the right side. He was unable to look to the left, suggestive of left-sided horizontal gaze paresis. CT Brain revealed a hemorrhage (bleed) in the left side of pons (dorso-medial region). The clinical findings can be explained by damage to the left sided abducens nucleus and PPRF (para-pontine reticular formation). In a pontine lesion, eyes look away from the side of lesion (in contrast, in a cortical lesion affecting frontal eye field, eyes look towards the side of lesion). Patient showed mild improvement and was discharged on the 4th day of admission.