Tom Hanks was seen angrily telling fans to “get out” after his wife Rita Wilson stumbled upon him while leaving a restaurant in New York.
Hanks, who has been married to Wilson since 1988, is currently promoting his latest film, Elvis, in which he plays Colonel Tom Parker, a business manager. Artist Elvis Presley.
As they were leaving a restaurant on Wednesday and walking towards the waiting car, several fans came and surrounded them and asked them to take a selfie with them.
Hanks could be seen screaming at the fan base after throwing his wife away.
Video footage of the incident, which contained obscene words, was uploaded on YouTube.
In the video, a guard guides Hanks and Wilson into the crowd as they leave the restaurant.
Some of the waiting fans were seen trying to take a selfie with Hanks.
But, as a result of being accidentally pushed by some fan, when Wilson stumbled, she turned and said firmly to a fan, “Stop doing what you do.”
Hanks turned to the fan group and raised his hands in the air, “This is my wife, step back [كلمة بذيئة]He looked at the group angrily, and before adding: “You are knocking my wife to the ground.” Then they left in the waiting car.
Some fans immediately apologized, and some may hear you say “sorry for that, Tom”.
The BBC has asked representatives of the Hanks for comment.
Although Hanks is not directly acquainted with any of his fans, he is the second Hollywood actor to come out publicly for his wife’s protection in recent months, following Will Smith’s argument with Chris Rock at the Oscars.
Earlier this week, Hanks gave an interview in which he stated that he would not be playing his role today in the 1993 Academy Award-winning film Philadelphia.
In the film, Hanks plays a gay man who dies of AIDS.
“Can a ‘straight’ guy do now what I did in Philadelphia? No, I’m right,” Hanks told The New York Times.
“The whole point of the Philadelphia movie is to tell you not to be afraid. And one reason people are not afraid of this movie is because I played a homosexual. We just got past it, I did not. ‘Homosexuality has a role’ for heterosexuals.
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