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There is a short circuit within your steering column and the copper rod that is linked to the horn and the circular strip on steering wheel are now in contact. Remove steering wheel and check there is the spring on the inner part that is either not harnessed well or has broken into pieces and hence the contact.
This sounds like a bad horn relay or the horn pads is bad,i would start by disconnecting the horn pad,caution with airbag,but if you remove the steering wheel cover and dissconnect horn button wires and then drive if horn still blows then you havea bad relay, if it doesnt blow anymore then the pad is bad ,
The most common problem with this is the clockspring, it is located just under the steering wheel. It will cause the horn not to work, airbag light to come on, and the cruise not to work. There is probably a recall on this. Contact a local dealer to see if the recall applies to your car.