ISIS has made an infamous social media career for themselves by releasing masterfully edited movies that show gruesome executions, tortures and murders of men, women and children.
Now one latest video shows an ISIS bomber performing the stunt on himself as a bomb detonates too early at a suspected suicide attack against the Houthi rebels in Yemen. The act immediately decimates his bottom half, the Daily Mail reports.
The strange thing, however, is minutes after the explosion, the suicide bomber is still alive and even manages to mutter a few unintelligible words. The video also shows the bomber even managing to move his head. The recording was made by a bystander in Aden, Yemen.
In the video, the victim's lower half of the body is no longer seen. Witnesses say he was an ISIS bomber on a motorcycle.
When his suicide vest explodes, the man is torn apart, yet he still speaks and moves. In the clip, a witness says, "He is still alive. He [does] not have [a] chance. He cannot survive." The UK Mirror reports that some bystanders are criticizing the men who are taking videos for filming a dying man.
However, it is not certain whether the man is truly from ISIS or not. In the video clip, however, one of the men shout that "He is from ISIS!" The video was released by Live Leak, but the image of the man has been blurred out.
Yemen is under siege as the country is in the throes of a civil war between separatists and forces of the Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi regime and the Houthi forces that fight for former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Saudi Arabia has begun airstrikes against the Houthis. At least 2,615 civilians have died since the anti-Houthi airstrikes began in March, according to the UN.
However, the political situation has further been compounded by interference from two separate Al Qaeda and ISIS factions. These two have claimed responsibility for some suicide bombings.
In the country's third-largest city, Taiz, 33 people have died within a 24-hour period. On Tuesday 21 Houthi rebels died in airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition.
Other fatalities are eight civilians onboard a bus and were killed by a land mine, and four anti-Houthi forces in street clashes.