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Thursday, 28 February 2008

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Ex Black Sabbaths front-man Ozzie Osborne was celebrating yesterday after a consignment of Sugar Puffs breakfast cereal arrived at his L.A mansion, thanks to an earth quake.

Ex druggie Ozzie, 59, who is currently in the US whiles his X Factor judge wife, Sharon, is helping to find Americas next big singing sensation., became upset when he discovered that his favourite cereal.

'I couldn't find the f###ing puff anyway in the, so I contacted their UK maker Hunny-monster, begging the s'ds for some.' Crunches the rocker as he eats his serial straight from the box.

'They said they ship some out within 48 hours, they arrived after 5 b***y minuets, no one can say the post office has failed. '

The earth quake, measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale, and the biggest to hit the UK in 25 years, hit Yorkshire at 12:56 AM on the 27th of February. Caused wide spread damage to home of up to 40 Miles away.

Amazingly, apart from Sharon's dog, Mini growing 5 foot, nothing at the Osborn's $2000,0000 mansion was effective.

Ozzie has confirmed that he will be recording a song about the events to help find a cure for Mini.
'I can't have one of Sharon's f***ing dogs getting a bigger Ego then me,' he spluttered.
'Sharon, get me more puffs now……. SHARON!.'

Jaime Home, The spoof news, under a pile of cereal boxes, the Osborn mansion, L.A.

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