By Jonathan Hailey for Radio.com
Ozzy Osbourne’s antics are the stuff of rock legend.
The Black Sabbath lead singer has bitten the heads off of bats and doves, he’s even snorted ants when he didn’t have any drugs.
Included in his legendary list of offenses is an incident in which he relieved himself on a treasured Texas symbol, the Alamo.
The Guardian reports Osbourne is finally returning to San Antonio 33 years later to apologize for his actions.
The Alamo is the site of a critical battle between Mexico and Texas. Nearly 300 men died there and it has become a historic landmark.
On February 19, 1982, Ozzy offended everyone in the lone star state by urinating on the site, which now stands in downtown San Antonio. He was arrested and banned from performing in the city until he donated $10,000 to the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the group who maintain the monument. Osbourne didn’t make his donation until 1992.
The rocker returned to the scene of the infamous incident on November 5th with a History Channel film crew. According to a local San Antonio news site, Ozzy’s official apology will be televised.