TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's most-wanted fugitive gave up his final South African captive and surrendered to police on Wednesday, ending a bloody hostage ordeal exactly 24 hours after it began. Serial murder suspect Chen Chin-hsing emerged in handcuffs accompanied by his wife, a police commander and a lawyer who had helped to negotiate his release of the family of South African embassy official Mac Alexander, a military attache. The final hostage, Alexander's wife Anne, did not exit with Chen but was reported to be safe and in good condition and left under her own power through a separate entrance. Chen was trundled into a police car and driven away through a crowd of hundreds of special service police, jouralists and curiosity-seekers who had mobbed the suburban neighbourhood since Chen stormed the Alexanders' house on Tuesday evening. "What I did was wrong and I am sorry," Chen told a local television reporter shortly before giving up in the last of a long series of live telephone interviews that he gave during the standoff.