Kansas City superfan ‘Chiefsaholic’ busted as serial bank robber
A Kansas City Chiefs superfan known as “Chiefsaholic” has been identified as a serial bank robber.
Cheifsaholic, government name Xavier Michael Babudar, was arrested in Bixby, Oklahoma for robbing a bank with a weapon over the weekend. Twitter users connected the dots after he was completely silent on Twitter Sunday, when he normally is tweeting up a storm during Chiefs games.
ChiefsAholic arrested for alleged bank robbery.
Despite early rumors that Chiefsaholic robbed banks in the same wolf mask that he wore to games and tailgates, according to reports, it appears that theory has been debunked. All of the robberies that did take place, reportedly coincide with the Chiefs away schedule.
Witnesses called the police while he was robbing a bank in Bixby, Oklahoma and he was promptly arrested with a weapon and a large amount of cash. Regardless of the wolf mask story being real, the internet went crazy with the news and posted a ton of A+ tweets regarding the arrest.
That’s the way it goes in the world of NFL super-fandom. One day you’re flying high, getting closeups on national TV and next think you know, you’re broke and you have to turn to a life of crime to support your habit of traveling around the country to cheer for your favorite team. Now it looks like ChiefsAaolic will have to spend the foreseeable future watching Patrick Mahomes latest MVP campaign from inside of a jail.
Truly sad to see. I guess. Whatever. Go Birds.
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