A 6-month-old male infant presented in outpatient department with a congenital skin bridge in midline of the neck region. The bridge was causing difficulty in neck movements. On clinical examination the infant was healthy with a 1x4 cm skin bridge extending from the cervical region at the level of hyoid bone to the suprasternal notch, in the midline (Fig. (Fig.1,1, ,2).2). There were no other problems. The skin bridge was excised by making elliptical incisions on either sides of the bridge. The skin beneath the excised skin bridge was slightly thick as compared to the surrounding area (Fig. (Fig.3).3). The thickened skin became normal at 2 months follow-up. Histopathology of the tissue revealed as normal skin and subcutaneous tissue.