OZZY OSBOURNE Worries For Son JACK's Safety

MonstersAndCritics.com reports that Ozzy Osbourne has been worrying about his son, Jack, who is filming a new police reality TV show.

The BLACK SABBATH frontman was terrified Jack might get shot when he revealed he was venturing out on a night shift.

Ozzy said: "Jack's doing a new show where he's working at a police academy. I spoke to him recently just as he was putting on a bullet-proof vest for his night shift.

"I told him if they start shooting he should hide behind the biggest guy and duck."

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Ozzy also revealed that while children Jack and Kelly are always welcome to come and visit since they left home, Kelly is not so keen to invite Ozzy over to her house.

Ozzy said: "I like it there. And then she told me not to get too comfortable because I wouldn't be invited again.

"Apparently we were going up and down stairs all night driving her insane."

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