Transcript for Burglary Suspects' Car Chase Plays Out on Live TV
Plow to a wild car chase that played out on live TV in Los Angeles where two burglars tore through the streets and did some doughnuts on Hollywood boulevard. Even took some selfies before they stopped and let the police catch up. ABC's Matt Gutman has the story. Reporter: For nearly two hours, this duo dominated tinseltown screens. The pair in the blue convertible mustang top down despite the rain suspected burglars on what seemed an epic tour past los Angeles icons. Turning doughnuts on Hollywood boulevard. Fire of them. The passenger casually standing up in the car, even gesturing towards the news and police choppers. From doughnuts to a near t-bone almost colliding with that TMZ bus as it moves into its lane. Suddenly they've got company but it's not police, it's instant fans following them waving at choppers. It's tires shredded it stops in south L.A. Even pulling over to let other motorists pass. The two suspects shake bystanders' hands, on the phone. Hey, bro, that's what's up, baby. Reporter: Minutes go by. Still no officers. So bystanders begin snapping -- It was a terrible, horrible, no good -- Reporter: The L.A. Sheriff's officer saying they face many charges for endangering the public during that. Makes you think that maybe something else was going on. A slow cloud version of a high-speed chase. Very weird.
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