It could’ve been a scene straight out of Hollywood.
A high-speed chase in Arizona on Wednesday night ended with two suspects — a man and a woman — hugging and kissing one another before turning themselves in to police.
The criminal display of affection was caught on live television by local news crews, who were hovering overhead in helicopters.
“Here’s the #BonnieAndClyde finish to this AZ police chase,” tweeted FOX 10 reporter Matt Rodewald. “Stolen SUV, elude authorities for 30 mins. After running 100 yards on foot, they knew they were done.”
Cops reportedly chased the duo through Arizona’s East Valley before catching up to them in a desert area near Queen Creek, which is about 40 miles southeast of Phoenix.
An officer had tried pulling them over after receiving a report about a stolen SUV matching their vehicle’s description, according to The Arizona Republic.
The man and woman, who were not immediately identified, tried escaping on foot at one point after crashing their car into some rocks — but were unsuccessful.
They also attempted to run in different directions, to no avail.
After several minutes, the couple ran back to one another, embraced, got on their knees, and eventually surrendered.
They now face charges of unlawful flight, reckless driving, aggressive driving, criminal damage and vehicle theft.
Credit: NY Post