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Saturday 27 November 2004
The Ozzy Osbourne burglary drama has prompted a flood of advice from insurers on how to make homes safer, coupled with warnings that millions of us are either under-insured or not insured at all.
Saturday 27 November 2004
Not since the late Queen Mother suffered having a fishbone stuck in her throat has the nation been racked with such concern. The news that burglars had broken into Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's Buckinghamshire country residence and made off with jewellery worth £1m touched hearts across Britain. Hankies were raised as Sharon, on the verge of tears herself, explained at a press conference that items of rare provenance and exquisite taste, including a 24-carat sapphire called the "Swimming Pool", had been taken.
Wednesday 24 November 2004
In their television show - said to be admired by President George Bush - they were billed as just like any other family, only louder. And as the rock star Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, Sharon, spoke to the media yesterday about the theft of jewellery from their home, they were again playing the role of ordinary, hard-working celebrity folk.
Tuesday 23 November 2004
The rock singer Ozzy Osbourne became the latest victim of celebrity burglaries yesterday when thieves stole an estimated £1m-worth of jewels from his home in Buckinghamshire.
Thursday 02 September 2004
Ozzy Osbourne might be the bat-munching prince of darkness but, deep down, the heavy metal icon likes nothing more than listening to the Beatles and thinks that Lennon and McCartney were "the Mozarts of our time".
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