Dog the Bounty Hunter jokes he had to marry religious fiancee Francie or he 'can't get no smooches' in new interview
DOG The Bounty Hunter has joked the proposed to fiancee Francie Frane because she is a Christian and "you get no smoochies" if you're not married.
Speaking on the Dr Oz Show, Dog was asked why he chose to make the big decison to propose and he simply said: "I fell in love."
Dog then added: "She's a Christian and you gotta marry them or you get no smoochies!"
Laughing, he shared: "I just felt that I knew what love is, and I went to the Bible, and in Genesis it says God does not expect or want a man to be alone.
"And so I said God, I dont have to go to Christian.com or any of those things, you gave Adam a girl and I need a girl – you know the kind I need, exactly what I need – and the next day… and I didn't know when I met her that God had already answered the prayer and he had someone already ready for me.
"Then as I started falling in love I remembered the prayer, and God said 'how's that?" and I said 'I shall call her woman!'"
Dog revealed in March to The Sun that he had found love again, following the death of his wife Beth Chapman,and that his family have given him their blessing.
In exclusive pictures Dog – real name Duane Chapman – smiles into the camera as he poses with his arm around new girlfriend Francie, a 51-year-old rancher from Colorado.
The couple have been dating for a few months and met after Dog called Francie's husband Bob to do some yard work at his house in Colorado.
Sadly Francie had to break the news to Dog, 67, that Bob had died several months before Beth – Dog's wife who passed away from cancer last June.
The pair began talking on the phone and became close, helping each other deal with the grief of losing their spouses.
Beth died in June 2019 in a Hawaii hospital following an 18-month fight with throat and lung cancer.
Dog shot to fame in 2004 with Dog The Bounty Hunter, a reality series chronicling his experiences locating and arresting people who had breached their bail agreements.
The show was an instant hit, with viewers drawn in by Chapman's street smarts, his team, and his attempts to rehabilitate and counsel the people he was able to track down.
The Dr Oz Show will air on Monday, September 28 2020
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