A Bonnie and Clyde couple who led police on a chase through Los Angeles in a stolen U-Haul truck surprised cops when they kissed passionately moments before they were arrested.
The female driver and her male passenger led police through the streets before finally stopping in the neighborhood of Montebello Wednesday afternoon.
They blew a tire out and crashed into another pick-up truck during the pursuit.
The female driver has her hands raised in surrender but is still lip locked with her male cohort
One last kiss before the couple heads to jail: The female driver has her hands up in surrender but leans in to her accomplice, likely anticipating not getting to kiss him again for some time
According to the LA Times, the pursuit began around 10.30am when Bell Gardens police pulled the vehicle over but realized it was stolen when the vehicle fled after the stop.
Bell Gardens police had begun the pursuit before the California Highway Patrol (CHP) took over.
CHP pursued the duo through several cities in Southeast Los Angeles, according to KTLA which was following along in its news chopper.
In the video, an aerial journalist is heard commenting as the scene unfolds.
When the suspects embrace, you can hear the journalist noting: ‘This is really weird.’
The pair led the chase through highways and local streets for nearly two hours before police were able to surround the vehicle.
During the pursuit, one of the tires blows on the U-Haul, but it doesn’t stop the pair, it only slows them down
The U-Haul also collides with another pickup truck, but they astonishingly continue driving with police in pursuit
It appears the man does not want to say goodbye to his lady love, while police have them surrounded, and tasers at the ready
After a two hour pursuit, cops taser the man, and take both the female driver and her paramour into custody
Once police got close to the suspects, they tasered the male and were able to take down the couple and place them under arrest.
During the pursuit the driver dumped things out the side of the vehicle. Once they finally stopped they, the passenger was seen tossing additional items out of the truck.
What the suspects were throwing from the vehicle was unclear, as were the identities of the loved up suspects.