Dog The Bounty Hunter spotted with mystery woman just months after wife Beth's death from cancer
The 66-year-old reality TV star was spotted with the women at an Italian restaurant in Los Angeles, and later they were seen traveling together to his Hollywood hotel
It looks like Duane "Dog" Chapman is ready to put himself out there after his wife Beth's recent demise.
After battling throat cancer for almost two years, Beth Chapman tragically died in June this year.
However, Dog The Bounty Hunter appeared to be out with a mystery date on Saturday night at an Italian restaurant in Los Angeles, Daily Mail reports.
The reality TV star, 66, could not be missed owing to his signature long blonde mullet and sports sunglasses that he wore on his head.
As he sat outside the restaurant with the woman, he donned a blue short-sleeved button-down shirt before eventually slipping on on a black blazer as the pair waited for his chaperone to pick them up.
Meanwhile, the unidentified brunette sported a tight black and white chevron print dress that accentuated her ample curves. She completed the look with a silver handbag and a matching pair of silver strappy stilettos.
The bodyguard drove them to a gas station before accompanying the unidentified woman to get supplies while Chapman waited in the car.
The duo later traveled to Dog's hotel in Hollywood, where it appears the mystery woman retired for the night.
While it did appear like an intimate evening for the two, The Blast later reported it was a work event and that the woman in question is actually linked to his crew.
The upcoming season of Dog's Most Wanted, premiering September 4 on WGN America, will feature Dog's final days with his late wife. During a recent burglary at Dog's Edgewater, Colorado merchandise store, some of his late wife's personal items were stolen, including her bounty-hunting gear.
The items were put on display at the store as a memorial to the beloved wife and mother, who tragically died at age 51.
In a recent conversation with TMZ, Dog revealed a psychic message from Beth caused him to wonder whether the burglary was an inside job.
"A psychic called and said that she was contacted by Beth that said it's an inside job," he said. "So what does that mean? It wasn't one of my kids!"
That said, the distasteful act resulted in the loss of thousands of dollars worth of clothing and merchandise.
"My message to the guy is, if you turn yourself in within the next 48 hours, I will not press charges," Dog said during a press conference on August 2. "I will try to get you probation, a job. But if you don't, there will be no mercy."