DOG the Bounty Hunter and fiancee Francie Frane celebrated catching an alleged meth dealer fugitive earlier this month with an outdoor date.
The couple, who got engaged a few months ago, had a little mini golf fun.
Dog the Bounty Hunter and fiancee Francie Frane had a fun mini golf date on Sunday[/caption]
Francie shared a sweet photo of the two of them holding each other close while posing on the mini gold course.
Both held onto their golf clubs while smiling big for the camera.
Dog’s fiancee captioned the snapshot: “A little putt-putt on a beautiful Sunday!
“Also, I won! Francie: 1 Dog: 0 @duanedogchapman ”
The pair were just in Virginia helping capture a fugitive[/caption]
Dog said ‘tips and leads’ led to the fugitive’s capture[/caption]
Dog and Francie got engaged earlier this year, after he lost wife Beth to cancer last year[/caption]
The duo, who are planning on getting married once larger gatherings are permitted again amid the coronavirus pandemic, have been having a lot of fun times together lately.
Last week, Duane “Dog” Chapman, 67, posted a candid shot of himself and Francie laughing it up in the car.
He laughed while looking right into the lens, while she had her head thrown back in laughter and her hand clutching her chest.
The father of 12 wrote with the photo: “We will be back to Virginia real soon. Aloha!”
The couple are set to star in a new reality series together called Dog’s Dirty Dozen[/caption]
Dog said ‘all of his family’ will be part of the new show[/caption]
The pair were in Virginia helping authorities nab alleged drug dealer Felix Chujoy.
The bounty hunter was able to “pressure” Felix into turning himself in, thanks to “tips and leads” from locals.
He “smoked” out the fugitive by putting “enough pressure on everyone he knew, every place he’d been” and, eventually, “the oven just got too hot [and] he jumped out of the fire.”
Fans will soon be able to see Dog at work as he’s filming a new reality show called Dog’s Dirty Dozen, which will include “all of his family.”
Dog’s fiancee Francie, whom he got engaged to earlier this year after losing his wife Beth to cancer in 2019, will be part of the new series, as well.
The camera crew has been setting up the filming equipment[/caption]
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His whole Chapman crew will be in the project, too, he said, “because when a tragedy like [losing Beth] happens in your family, you gotta pull together.”
The camera crew has been setting up to begin filming, and Dog’s excited about all of the new equipment, including a 360-degree camera.
Aside from the reality show, the 67-year-old TV personality will also be starring in an upcoming faith-based thrilled called Hunter’s Creed.