Dog the Bounty Hunter 'taunts' Brian Laundrie with banner over campsite
Safe to say the TV personality isn't keeping his search efforts under wraps
Dog the Bounty Hunter is now taunting Brian Laundrie after he claimed his search has supposedly entered its "last day" and has now flown a banner over the area where he believes the 23-year-old is camping out.
Reality TV star Dog, or Duane Chapman to use his real name, joined the search for Brian Laundrie less than a week ago and already believes he has identified a campsite the murder suspect could have been using.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 29, 2021
Now the 68-year-old has tracked him down to a tropical location known as Shell Island; believing this is where he has fled to, Dog decided to fly a banner to let Laundrie know he's coming.
This junction of the Gabby Petito murder investigation feels like an absolute fever dream. You have Dog the Bounty Hunter who’s tracked Brian Laundrie down to a tropical island and is now taunting him by flying a banner around the island in hopes of flushing him out pic.twitter.com/RGCpMc3cBE
— J e double f (@boutAWeekAhgo) September 29, 2021
As people on social media have noted, the entire story seems to have taken a rather surreal turn as many believe Dog has made more progress than the likes of the FBI, meanwhile stunts like this somewhat take away from the very serious nature of the task at hand.
While Dog's efforts to help bring in the main suspect in Gabby Petito's murder is admirable, his return to the public eye as a celebrity and recognisable TV personality seems to be becoming a story of its own.
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