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Dog the Bounty Hunter spotted in Washington

Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman and his wife, Beth Chapman, attend the Vettys Presidential Inaugural Ball at the Hay-Adams Hotel on Jan. 20. (Teresa Kroeger/Getty Images)

Hey isn’t that … arguably the country’s most famous bail bondsman, Dog the Bounty Hunter, and his equally blond wife, Beth, having lunch less than a block from the White House?

Dog (real name Duane Chapman) and Beth were eyed on Tuesday afternoon inside Old Ebbitt Grill on 15th Street NW. The reality show stars were joined by another couple for lunch, according to our tipster, but otherwise dined undisturbed. The Chapmans, who starred in CMT’s “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” until 2015, were in town for President Trump’s inauguration on Friday. The couple previously starred in “Dog the Bounty Hunter” on A&E for eight seasons.

Beth Chapman, a Republican, supported Trump in the 2016 presidential election and also donated to his opponent, Hillary Clinton — “a fellow strong woman,” according to the Daily Beast. But when it came to Saturday’s historic Women’s March on Washington, Beth Chapman, who won her own campaign to become president of the National Bail Bonds Association last year, wasn’t as supportive of the cause.

When Twitter users responded that the Women’s March was largely peaceful, suggesting that the reality star might be conflating Saturday’s march with Friday’s protests, Chapman doubled down, tweeting: “No I’m not confused I was there! I saw what happened nothing peaceful about any of this.”

The perpetually tanned duo were also spotted grabbing fajitas at Don Tito’s in Clarendon on Saturday.