Here, we report the case of an 84-year-old woman with acute mechanical intestinal obstruction (AMIO) who was admitted to our Emergency Department. Computed tomography (CT) scan revealed an incarcerated bilateral obturator hernia, and the defect was resolved using transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) technique with polypropylene mesh. The patient was administered an oral regimen two days after the operation. The patient stayed in the intensive care unit for 4 days and was uneventfully discharged on the 9th postoperative day. Follow-up was scheduled at the 6th month, during which no adverse events were detected and the patient did not report any complaints. Obturator hernia is among the differential diagnoses of intestinal obstruction requiring early diagnosis and prompt surgical intervention. Laparoscopic approach is less invasive compared with open surgery, and it can be attempted in cases presenting with no sign of ischemia or peritonitis.TAPP technique should be preferred since it allows the control of all intraabdominal pathologies and the viability of the intestines.