In a Year of Crazy NFL Stories, This is One of Them – Werewolf Robs Bank

How did you afford those sweet tickets to the Chiefs game? We know how Xaviar Michael Babudar affords his…

Chiefs superfan – ChiefsAholic ™️ – made a questionable move on the way to the game in Houston this past weekend. 


Breaking News Update 10:10 a.m. 12/20/22:

Police have identified a man accused of robbing a bank in Bixby on Friday morning.

Bixby Police say Xaviar Michael Babudar is accused of robbing a Tulsa Teachers Credit Union near 131st and Memorial and was taken into custody following the robbery.

Babudar’s bond was set at $200,000.

via NewsOn6

Twitter was abuzz when Babudar, known for wearing a full-body wolf costume to games robbed a bank while traveling to Houston to watch the Chiefs play the Texans. 

“The quick and decisive action of the witness permitted Bixby Police officers to respond in less than two minutes and have the suspect in custody within six minutes,” said Bixby Chief of Police Todd Blish.

His absence from the Kansas City v. Houston game was noticed, and some on Reddit began to question where he could be; 

“Chiefs fan known as ‘chiefsaholic’ who is usually very active on social media, especially on gameday, hasn’t been seen or heard from in 3 days,” the poster wrote. “He likely had a ticket to attend the Texans game but wasn’t spotted in attendance, if anyone has seen him or is able to help then please do your thing Chiefs Kingdom.”

They soon got their answer;

Theories quickly circulated that he was the same man who robbed some other banks, those in a Wolf mask, but they seem to have been debunked;

It’s no wonder that people believed this though, the man is not shy. He apparently had multiple previous charges and would go to every game with his ankle bracelet off.

And here’s a whole timeline of events…

Sources: Barstool, SB Nation, FanSided, NewOn6, Twitter

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