Report: Kansas City Chiefs Wolf Costume Superfan Arrested, Accused Of Robbing A Bank

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A diehard Kansas City Chiefs fan is behind bars and being accused of robbing a bank by police.

Xavier Michael Babudar, who calls himself “ChiefsAholic” on his social media page, which boasts a following of over 30,000 people, can normally be seen dressed as a wolf at both home and road games as he cheers on the NFL team. He is frequently featured on television in his popular costume.

However, many fans began questioning what happened to Babudar when he didn’t show up to the Chiefs’ game in Houston on Sunday.

Bixby police reportedly arrested Babudar on Friday, charging him with armed robbery, wearing a mask in commission of felony, a possession of firearm in commission of felony and threaten violent act, according to a police report that was released. Babudar was reportedly placed behind bars at Tulsa County Jail with a bond of $200,000.

He is accused of allegedly robbing the Tulsa Teachers Credit Union bank in Bixby, Oklahoma, Friday morning.

No one was injured, according to police. Several news outlets reported that Babudar was wearing his wolf mask during the alleged incident, but League of Justice can confirm that was not the case. Police say he was not wearing a costume mask.

After an eyewitness gave a description to law enforcement, they apprehended Babudar. Police say he was allegedly in possession of a weapon and a large amount of cash, according to 2News Oklahoma.

Now the FBI is involved. League of Justice explains why this bank robbery could fall under the jurisdiction of the feds and why this Superfan could be facing serious time if he is tried and convicted at the federal level. For more on that, check out our Exclusive report about the FBI’s involvement HERE.