DOG The Bounty Hunter's daughter Lyssa Chapman showcased her incredible figure in a striped pink bikini over the weekend.
The former bail bondswoman looked sensational in the two-piece which accentuated her gym-honed curves to perfection.
The 33-year-old donned a pair of oversized shades for the snap as she promoted her pastel tie-dye baseball cap.
Captioning the post, she penned: "Sun Face ☀️ Interrupted Selfie 🤳🏼. New Hats coming soon @babybylyssachapman".
Aside from her bikini snaps, Lyssa remembered her late step-mother Beth in her latest post.
Sharing a photo of a lighthouse, the former TV star she penned: "Lighthouses will forever remind me of @mrsdog4real they were her favorite.
"She’s the best representative of showing light to the lost. She saved many people from hitting the rocks.
"Listening to #dontrocktheboat and thinking of her.💡 😇 #ForeverMissed".
Lyssa's social media update comes after she began taking safety precautions by "boarding up her windows" before Hurricane Douglas hit Hawaii.
Last week, the clothing designer shared a satellite image of the hurricane moving dangerously close towards her home, before posting a video clip in which you could hear a loud siren.
She captioned the video: "IT'S GETTING REAL".
Earlier this month, Hurricane Douglas formed just miles from Hawaii and was named the first hurricane of the eastern Pacific season, Daily Mail reported.
The storm was expected to bring strong winds and potential flash flooding. It was named a Category 2 hurricane late last Wednesday.
Elsewhere, Lyssa's dad Duane 'Dog' Chapman recently revealed new show Dog's Dirty Dozen will feature "all" of his family.
While on the Always Evolving with Coach Mike Bayer podcast, Dog revealed he’s hard at work on a new reality show focused on family and bounty-hunting.
His WGN spinoff series Dog's Most Wanted last aired in November 2019, but the network has no plans to air this new program as it’s switching to a prime-time three-hour national news show come September 1.
On the podcast, Dog, whose wife Beth died last year from cancer, revealed: “The last network was Dog’s Most Wanted with WGN. We broke all records. I’m not just saying, ‘Dog! Dog!’ Not me, the family.
“It was about Beth and her final days. Now, we have the show. We’re all back together.
"Because when a tragedy like that happens in your family, you gotta pull together. So, it’s called Dog’s Dirty Dozen."
He continued: "We can barely do arrests with the virus right now, so Hollywood’s shut down. Once it opens up, we’re coming back."
The TV personality hinted that this will be the "last" time his whole family will all get together to film a reality show, but that he really just wanted to "do one more."
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