Richard Marx, who is known for his romantic hit singles in the '80s, took the risk to suppress a "wild" passenger on Korean Air flight 480 from Hanoi, Vietnam, on Tuesday.
His wife, Daisy Fuentes, documented the ordeal in a series of posts on Instagram and Twitter. The "Last Thing I Wanted" singer, 53, helped the cabin crew restrain the passenger with a rope.
We have [the] video of entire chaotic and dangerous event on Korean Air 480. Lasted 4 hours. Crew completely ill-equipped to handle [the] situation," he tweeted.
Also, Fuentes captioned the photos on Instagram thus, "I feel horrible for the abuse the staff had to endure, but no one was prepared for this. They never fully got control of him."
We have video of entire chaotic and dangerous event on @KoreanAir_KE 480. Lasted 4 hours. Crew completely ill-equipped to handle situation.— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) December 20, 2016
TMZ reported that the couple was in Vietnam for a Christmas show. The crazed passenger was arrested upon landing in Seoul, South Korea.
Marx and Fuentes tied the knot in December last year and are currently holidaymaking around the world to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Daisy and I are home safe and sound. No big "hero" move at all. Just did what I would hope anyone would do in same situation. Tnx 4 concern— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) December 20, 2016