TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A Kansas City Chiefs super fan who was accused of robbing a bank was released on bond and requested permission to travel to Arizona last weekend.
Babudar has been held at the Tulsa County Jail since his arrest but bonded out on Wednesday and filed a motion to leave Oklahoma and travel to Arizona for a "family trip," according to court documents.
A judge denied Babudar's motion to travel, saying he "must remain in Tulsa County until [the] case is resolved."
Babudar is known to thousands as the ChiefAholic, a Kansas City super fan who hasn't missed a game in years. Recognized by dressing as a wolf, Babudar has a large social media presence and routinely takes pictures with fellow fans at Kansas City Chief football games.
Super Bowl LVII, which featured the Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, was held in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday night. The Chiefs won the game 38 to 35.
Babudar is due back in court on Feb. 26.