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Duane Chapman, Dog The Bounty Hunter, Involved In Breckenridge Bar Fight

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Duane Chapman, better known as "Dog the Bounty Hunter," has never been known for discretion and subtlety. His hit A&E show features episodes such as "Mano-a-Mano" and "Scared Straight." So when Dog and his crew tracked down a bar owner in Breckenridge, Colorado, last week, TMZ seems surprised to report things were more heated than usual.

According to Summit Daily News, Chapman's group entered the bar and started to get physical. One man in Dog's crew reportedly said he could hurt people and not face charges due to his "super star" status, which naturally led to a fight.

After a sucker-punch to the face left a local man requiring stitches, the encounter moved outside where, in TMZ's video, Dog starts repeatedly screaming at a bar patron, "Come one white boy... come on mother f#@ker!" Plants are thrown, tazers are pulled, and a man's shirt gets ripped off.

The suspect is still on the run, while Dog faces accusations of racism for his "white boy" comments. Do you think the cries of racism have merit?

WATCH (TMZ via The Hollywood Gossip):

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