Evisceration is a neglected surgery usually performed by the most junior ophthalmologists in unsalvageable eyes with panophthalmitis. It is universal knowledge that evisceration is contraindicated in eyes with intraocular malignancy. We report 2 patients who presented to us with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in eviscerated sockets. While one of them was diagnosed with SCC on histopathological examination of the eviscerated contents, the other had history suggestive of conjunctival SCC prior to evisceration. The second patient presented to us with complaints of poorly fitting prostheses. We conclude that it is imperative to rule out not just intraocular but also adnexal malignancy prior to evisceration, and these eyes should be regularly followed up and carefully examined if poor fitting of the prostheses develops.