OZZY OSBOURNE Banned From School Over Farts
According to World Entertainment News Network (WENN), Ozzy Osbourne was once banned from his daughter Kelly's school in England after farting and falling asleep in the middle of a parent/teacher interview.
Kelly was horrified when her dad decided to join mom Sharon for a meeting with school officials about her grades — because Ozzy is known for passing gas and dozing off in public.
Kelly revealed during an appearance on "The Wendy Williams Show" earlier today (September 29), "In England, my dad was banned from my school because he fell asleep at the parent teacher conference (and) because he has this thing where he doesn't realize, farting in public is usually not acceptable.
"It was me, my mom, my dad, my teacher at the table. All he kept doing is lifting his (butt) cheek (from the chair), and then he fell asleep!"
Video footage of Kelly Osbourne's appearance on "The Wendy Williams Show" can be viewed below.
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