Chiefs superfan Xavier Babudar accused of bank robbery
Xavier Babudar, avid fan of the Kansas Chiefs accused of robbing an Oklahoma bankallegedly removed the ankle monitor and was absent from court, resulting in a $1 million bond warrant, according to come many report.
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BroBible interviewed Babudar’s curator Michael Lloyd, who told the site he’s been “hunting” for Babudar since the alleged robber “cut off the screen of his foot at around 8:30 a.m. Saturday night, March 25.”
Who would have thought that the weirdest thing about a Chiefs fan formerly known as “ChiefsaHolic” isn’t the fact that he often wears a full-body wolf costume during Chiefs games? Instead, a man dubbed “The Caring Bondsman” hunting the Kansas City Chiefs’ runaway superheroes has become one of the NFL’s weirdest off-season storylines.
According to Lloyd, Babadu is said to be staying with his mother and brother in Tulsa. “However, we later found out that they had left Tulsa about two hours before Babudar cut off his pedometer,” he told BroBible.
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ESPN reports that ankle monitors were found in nearby woods, citing a court affidavit.
During the Captain’s time in the Super Bowl, Babudar, who appeared at games in Kansas City dressed as a wolf, allegedly entered the Tulsa Teachers Credit Union at Bixby, Okla., and Point a gun at the bank teller Payton Garcia and threatened to “shoot staff in the head” according to the police report.
Babudar has gone from reporting bombarded out $10,000 for a signed photo painting by Patrick Mahomes at a charity event worth $1,250 per person in December to declared homeless when arrested. Babudar pleaded not guilty and have been issued on bonds in February.
After allegedly cutting the screen of his leg on Saturday night, Babudar did not appear in court on Monday morning and been on the run ever since. DA quickly submitted an additional fee remove the electronic surveillance device, but if caught, Babudar will be arrested and detained $1 million bond.
“I’ve reached out to him and am waiting for a response from him,” Babudar attorney Tracy Tiernan told ESPN. “I don’t know the circumstances why [the ankle monitor] was removed and how it was removed.
Lloyd also shared that Babudar “could be pressured” to rob a bank and begged him to surrender peacefully. He should also keep an eye on him at next month’s NFL Draft in Kansas City.
Wolves falling prey to lambs is a cliché, but bad decisions from an NFL super fan combined with bad decisions is what the NFL screenwriters have presented to us.
Despite his high gambling preference, the reason Babudar resorted to armed robbery has never been determined. Babudar is said to be an avid gambler who is open about his winning and losing bets according to an ESPN investigation piece. For example, employees at Hollywood Casino in Kansas City, Kansas told ESPN’s Elizabeth Merrill and David Purdum that Babudar placed and won $80,000 two months before his arrest, however, said Tanner Rome, who Sportsbook manager, declined to comment on specific individuals. Betting.
If money was Babudar’s motive, all of this could have been avoided had he only shown a little faith in the home team and bet heavily on the futures betting market on the Captain winning the title. won the Super Bowl in August.