OZZY OSBOURNE Fan Smokes Pot In Bookstore, Draws Bomb Squad For Fireworks

According to The Palm Beach Post, a bomb squad was called to Ozzy Osbourne's book signing at in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida last night (February 26) after a marijuana-smoking fan was found to have homemade fireworks in his back pack.

Officers saw the man smoking the marijuana at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at Legacy Place around 8 p.m., Gardens police spokeswoman Ellen Lovejoy said. When the officers approached, the man took off running.

The officers caught him and, during a search of his backpack, found what appeared to be homemade fireworks. A bomb squad was called to scene and the fireworks were taken away to be disposed of, Lovejoy said.

The man will be charged with drug possession and could be facing other charges, she said.

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