Rock Music News and Notes - Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - Lead Story - Town Has Law To Prevent Ozzy From Biting The Heads Off Of Bats

Today's feature news story comes from You know you're more than just a rock singer when a town passes an ordinance to prevent you from biting off the head's of bats. But, for Ozzy, this is just par for the course.

Here's an excerpt from the article: "No person shall knowingly, nor shall any device, machine or contrivance be used to, maim, injure or kill any animal, including fowl, during any live theatrical or musical performance in the city. (Ord. 2749 § 1 (part), 1982)"

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