OZZY OSBOURNE Is Still Haunted By Burglar's Eyes

Mirror.co.uk is reporting that twelve days after burglars raided her home, Sharon Osbourne is still in shock.

The raider was captured on CCTV going into the Osbourne's Buckinghamshire mansion and fleeing 120 minutes later after veteran rocker Ozzy disturbed him and grabbed him in a headlock.

Sharon and Ozzy have watched the tapes, both appalled at the length of time the brazen crook spent rifling their every possession.

For Sharon, 52, working punishingly long hours is her way of coping. Her 55-year-old husband, however, remains haunted by that night.

"Ozzy is not great," says Sharon, her voice barely a whisper. "For anybody to be woken up in the night and then suddenly find you are wrestling with a bloody burglar at four in the morning, it's absolutely terrifying.

"We are both still in shock, deep shock. But all Ozzy keeps seeing is this guy's eyes. The burglar wore a balaclava and all Ozzy could see was his eyes. And he's haunted by them."

The night before the raid, Sharon had removed her jewellery — including a 24-carat sapphire band she bought when she beat colon cancer last year — and placed them beside her bed in the couple's Buckinghamshire mansion.

As they slept, the thief coolly searched every drawer in the house.

And most worryingly for Sharon, he stood over her as she slept while he rifled through her jewellery just feet away.

"It was so shocking, not because of the sentimental things that were taken," she says with a note of anger rising in her voice. "It's the fact that someone came into the house.

"Can you imagine being asleep and someone coming to the side of your bed, taking your rings from the side of your bed as you sleep?

"Every drawer has been opened, everything has been looked at, for God's sake. You feel dirty. It is heartbreaking when you lose your wedding rings ... but I thank God that my husband is fine." Read more.


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