Chris Hemsworth's beloved dog Sunny was impounded after getting tangled up in his famous owner's drama.
The Goldendoodle was caught wandering on a plot of land on the Byron Bay coastline earlier this week and was found by the manager of a company that Hemsworth has beef with, so the employee called the pound to come to pick up his pup.
The Thor actor has been publicly fighting Australian development company Linnaeus Estate.
Hemsworth is trying to preserve the very land his dog was found on and has expressed his opposition for a resort and tourism development at the Seven Mile Beach.
The star claims the land is sacred to indigenous Australians.
On Thursday, the manager of the development company found Sunny and another look-alike pup wandering the land and called the local pound who caught the dogs and took them away.
Photos taken by Daily Mail show Sunny and his dog friend tied to a pole while waiting for their owners to come and collect them.
Another shot shows a close-up of Sunny's collar and personalized name tag.
According to the outlet, someone from Hemsworth's camp later retrieved the Goldendoodle and returned him home to his family.
Sunny -- who is so famous, she once appeared on the cover of GQ with his actor owner -- is a little escape artist and this isn't the first time he's gotten out.
In 2019, Sunny went missing for more than four days.
Chris Hemsworth's friend shared the stressful news on social media asking everyone in the community to look out for the pup.
“Sunny is still missing, now approaching her third night lost.. please keep a look out for her,” the friend shared while posting pictures of the cream-colored "very friendly" Goldendoodle.
Days later, that same friend revealed Sunny had finally returned home.
“SUNNY has been FOUND this morning,” they shared in post on the Byron Bay Community Board.
Hemsworth and his family adopted the "very friendly" Goldendoodle in November 2014 and are obsessed with her.
Radar has reached out to the actor's reps regarding Sunny's latest escape.