Anne Hathaway sure knows how to pick 'em.
Her last boyfriend is cooling his heels in prison. Her current boyfriend might have just averted a similar fate.
Hathaway squeeze Adam Shulman was snapped by paparazzi Saturday swiping a mural from a Manhattan construction site.
But once photos surfaced of the art-jacking, Shulman decided to do right, returning the art to its rightful owner yesterday.
"He called up and was very apologetic," says Ken Hart, president of H&H Builders. "I guess they didn't realize it was not for the taking. He was in California, but he sent some guys to bring it back."
Hart says Shulman and a friend saw the mural, painted by famous street artist Mr. Brainwash, tacked up to a building site at Ninth Avenue near Little West 12th Street, and must have assumed it was free for the taking. The large multicolored mural shows a man wearing black sunglasses holding a sign reading "Happy Mother's Day."
Hart originally told reporters he intended to press charges if the painting was not returned.
Shulman's rep did not return calls for comment.