Asbestos fibres, inhaled and displaced by various means to lung tissue, may cause a spectrum of diseases from benign diseases to malignancies. Pleural plaques (PPs) are usually asymptomatic and cause slight impairment of lung function only when they are extended in size . The cause of pleural plaques is exposure to asbestos fibres, most commonly in an occupational setting . Relationships between the dose-response and prevalence of asbestos-related diseases are complex . We present a case of asymptomatic benign pleural plaque due to asbestos exposure accidentally found on medical check up in a former tuberculosis (TB) patient.