NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Thursday, November 5, 2015, 10:09 PM
The Prince of Darkness returned to site of one of his most heinous acts.
Heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne made a trip to San Antonio on Thursday to visit the Alamo, where he infamously urinated on a monument at the American landmark in 1982.
Osbourne, who was arrested for that devilish deed some 33 years ago, was surrounded by more than 100 cheering fans as he solemnly approached historic building at around 4 p.m. local time.
Ozzy Osbourne (left) listens to historian and author Stephen L. Hardin, as he arrives for a tour of the Alamo.
The former Black Sabbath frontman was joined by his son, Jack, and an Alamo expert and McMurry University professor named Stephen L. Hardin.
Hardin told the San Antonio Express-News that Osbourne hardly said a word during his time at the Alamo on Thursday, and it’s unclear if he formally apologized to the people of San Antonio for defiling the famous war fortress as many have expected.
Jack Osbourne (center) tries to calm the crowd as he and his father Ozzy Osbourne (right) arrive at the Alamo
Osbourne was accompanied by a film crew from the History Channel, which is putting together a show about Osbourne and his son Jack touring the world, but they did not film during Osbourne’s 10 minutes outside the Alamo.
The Osbournes and Hardin, however, captured some of the trip for their own keepsake before heading inside the building, according to the Express-News.