Miraculously, somehow still alive after the man’s failed suicide mission leaves him literally in two, the man is caught on video muttering to himself, despite missing the lower half of his body.
The botched ISIS suicide mission comes after the man’s bomb belt detonated too early during an attack on Houthi rebels in Yemen according to a report via the dailymail.
The footage, which was filmed in Yemen according to LiveLeak, was uploaded to the internet not even with a day passing.
The attack comes as the Islamic terrorist group continues to step up its operatives along with executions, which it religiously takes to publicizing.
The situation in Yemen involves various factions in the grips of civil war as Iran backed Houthi militia loyal to the incumbent president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi seek to resist the encroaching advancement of ISIS and other fringe offshoot operatives.
The footage of the dismembered but still-speaking ISIS bomber was recorded by a bystander in the fiercely contested city of Aden.
It shows a group of locals tentatively approaching the man who has been torn in two by his suicide vest.
The lower part of his body cannot be seen in the short clip, as the doomed ISIS suicide bomber manages to move his head and utters one or two indistinguishable words.
According to subtitles on the video, locals state he was an ISIS bomber who was driving a motorcycle.
When he utters a few words, one purportedly states: ‘He is still alive. He [does] not have [a] chance. He cannot survive.’
Meanwhile, Yemeni security officials say fighting between Shiite rebels and their opponents remains spirited with 33 people killed in the past 24-36 hours in Taiz, the country’s third-largest city.
Officials said Tuesday that 21 Houthi rebels died in airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition that opposes them.
Yemen’s fighting pits the Houthis and allies against forces loyal to the internationally recognized government as well as southern separatists and militants.
At least 2,615 civilians have died since the anti-Houthi airstrikes began in March, according to the UN.
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) November 3, 2015