DAISY FUENTES AND RICHARD MARX
New York, NY – Music legend Richard Marx, earlier today was John Cutter (Wesley Snipes‘ character in the film “Passenger 57“) in real life! On a flight from Hanoi, Vietnam to Seoul, South Korea, Marx saved flight commuters and attendants from serious harm by suppressing an extremely disruptive passenger.
Today while on the flight to South Korea, a man sitting a row away from Marx suddenly began attacking flight attendants and other passengers. For reasons unknown, the hysterical male passenger ‘went crazy’ and started pushing the female staff and pulling them by the hair! According to Richard’s wife, Daisy Fuentes, Richard was the first to help subdue the unruly passenger.
Reportedly, the flight staff was ill-equipped and struggled to keep the violent passenger contained in his seat for nearly the entire four hour flight. Apparently the flight attendants had a taser, but had not the slightest idea how to use it. In addition, evidently the attendants were clueless as to how to apply the rope restraint, because the hostile attacker broke free from his binds not once but THREE times!
After four hours of sheer confusion and terror, when the plane landed in Seoul, the local police came on board and arrested the man. In the end, two passengers and a crew member were injured but not seriously. Richard we wholeheartedly thank you for your bravery and dedication!