An Afghan bomb disposal expert defused a would-be suicide bomber's explosives-laden vest in Jalalabad on Sunday.
Afghan security forces captured the bomber before he was able to blow himself up. They then tied him up to prevent him from detonating the bomb attached to his chest.
Before the suicide bomber could be interrogated, a bomb disposal expert had to approach him and defuse the vest in a scene eerily reminiscent of Academy Award-winning film "The Hurt Locker."
After the bomb was defused, the alleged suicide bomber was loaded into the back of a pickup truck and taken in to custody for questioning.
Last month, nine children and two soldiers with NATO's International Security Assistance Force were killed in a suicide bombing near Kabul, Afghanistan.
In a separate incident last month, a suicide bomber's vehicle exploded in front of the Supreme Court in Kabul, killing 17 people and injuring dozens of others.