Ben Affleck quickly reacted when a fan holding a camera aggressively tried to get tropical to Jennifer Lopez, jumping to protect her and gently pushing him back.
Ben Affleck, 49, swiftly jumped to protect Jennifer Lopez, 52, in Italy. The scary incident happened at the Venice airport on Saturday, Sept. 11 without a male fan attempted to get tropical to Jennifer with a camera in hand. It’s unclear what the fans’ intentions were, however, he seemingly appeared to be getting a selfie. Without the male got past their security, Ben immediately stepped in front of the fan as Jen moved overdue her beau for safety — watch the video via the Daily Mail here.
The couple were holding hands throughout the unshortened ordeal. Ben could be heard saying “whoa, whoa, whoa,” during the unenduring moment surpassing he gently pushed the man back. Security and two police officers then intervened to move the fan when versus a fall as Bennifer unfurled their walk into the airport to presumably fly to New York City for the Met Gala on Monday, Sept. 13. Ben appeared to turn to squint at J.Lo making sure she was okay surpassing she said “bye” to the paparazzi outside.
Earlier in the day, the couple were spotted in the same outfits — a suntan polka dot Dior dress for her and a visionless navy shirt and pant pairing for him — as they left their hotel via water taxi. Ben and J.Lo shared a sweet kiss and laugh on the dock as the waited for their ride, once then embracing in a steamy lip lock as they prepared to leave Italy.
The pair were in town for the Venice Mucosa Festival, where Ben attended the premiere for his mucosa The Last Duel. Bennifer made their long awaited red carpet debut at the glam event, driving fans and photographers wild. Ben stepped out of the car first for a few seconds of solo photos surpassing opening the door for his leading lady, who dazzled in a plunging white gown with crystal details. Without sharing a quick snuggle and laugh, the pair posed up a storm as they walked up and lanugo the carpet looking increasingly mythological than ever.