Australian actor Paul Hogan is reportedly at 'wits' end' with his 'troubled' 19-year-old son Chance.
And the pair both appeared strained as they stepped out separately in Los Angeles last month.
Paul, 78, looked downcast as he was spotted leaving left a service station, failing to raise a smile as he made his way back to his vehicle.
Feeling the strain? Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan looked downcast as he stepped out in Los Angeles last month, amid claims the actor is at 'wits' end' with his teenage son Chance
The Crocodile Dundee star wore a dark flannel shirt despite the summer heat.
He added a pair of scruffy jeans and black sneakers, and shielded his gaze behind dark sunglasses.
The following day, Chance was also seen out and about in LA, walking alone as he clutched a can of Red Bull.
Solo outing: Chance was also seen out in the same city, walking alone as he clutched a can of Red Bull and smoked a cigarette
After visiting a pharmacy, the young musician puffed on a cigarette while standing on a street corner.
The 'wayward' teen wore an AC/DC sweater and dark trousers despite temperatures reaching 26 degrees in the city.
The fact that Chance is smoking at such a young age is likely upsetting for his father.
Paul famously advertised Winfield cigarettes in the 1970s, helping turn them into Australia's top-selling brand.
However, years later he expressed regret over selling cigarettes to young people and began supporting cancer charities.