Listen, unruly airline passenger -- Richard Marx already warned you that you "should've known better."
The '80s hitmaker and his wife, Daisy Fuentes, were just trying to enjoy their Korea Air flight from Vietnam to South Korea on Tuesday when a guy got out-of-control during the journey.
Fuentes captured photos of the entire incident, which Marx then posted to his own Twitter account. The images show her hubby and flight attendants banding together to take the passenger down, with Marx even manning the rope that they used to tie around the man.
In the last pic, Marx can be seen visibly exhausted as people pat him on the arm and right shoulder following the ordeal.
Ahead of sharing the photos, the 53-year-old singer tweeted, "You will be hearing about our flight#480 on @KoreanAir_KE. Passenger next to us attacked passengers and crew. Crew completely ill trained."
"We have video of entire chaotic and dangerous event on @KoreanAir_KE 480. Lasted 4 hours," he added, reiterating, "Crew completely ill-equipped to handle situation."
You will be hearing about our flight#480 on @KoreanAir_KE . Passenger next to us attacked passengers and crew. Crew completely ill trained.— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) December 20, 2016
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
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According to TMZ, Fuentes, 50, said that two passengers and a crew member were injured and that once they landed, Seoul police arrested the man.
The previous leg of Fuentes and Marx's trip had clearly gone better. The former MTV VJ tweeted a pic just one day earlier, cozying up to her husband while enjoying the sights in Hanoi, Vietnam.
"So great to travel around the world w someone U love & it's important to learn about other cultures & see how others live," she wrote.
Well, at least now we know that we're in good hands if we ever see Marx on our flight.