When it comes to rattling people on the run, few do it as well as Dog the Bounty Hunter.

Dog the Bounty Hunter has been making major headlines this week as he tracks down Brian Laundrie, the man who is believed to have information about Gabby Petito's death.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter, Duane Lee Chapman, is currently on the hunt for fugitive Brian Laundrie, currently wanted by the FBI in connection to Gabby Petitio’s death.

According to multiple tweets, Chapman has allegedly tracked Laundrie down to a small tropical island off the Florida coast.

In true Dog the Bounty Hunter fashion, Chapman is attempting to get inside Laundrie's head and shake him up to get him to make a mistake that will lead to his capture.

If you've ever seen Dog the Bounty Hunter, normally Chapman executes his special brand of psychological warfare by making phone calls to the fugitive he's looking for, but obviously, he doesn't have Laundrie's number.

Dog the Bounty Hunter Flies 'Aloha Brian Laundrie - Dog' Banner Taunting Laundrie

Not a problem for Dog, as he's found another way to get his message across to Brian Laundrie by flying a banner with a prop plane that reads "Aloha Brian Laundrie - Dog" in the area he believes Laundrie is currently hiding.

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