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Eat This 30-Pound Burrito And You Could Own Part of a NYC Restaurant

A restaurant is offering a challenge unlike any other. Eat a 30 pound burrito, drink a spicy margarita an become 10% owner of the place. (Instagram) A restaurant is offering a challenge unlike any other. Eat a 30 pound burrito, drink a spicy margarita an become 10% owner of the place. (Instagram)

Attention foodies – a New York City taqueria is issuing a challenge to top all challenges.

Read: Man Calls 911 to Complain He's 'Too High,' Officers Find Him Surrounded by Junk Food

Brooklyn Mexican restaurant Don Chingon is offering a 10 percent stake of the place to anyone who can consume their 30-pound burrito and drink a margarita in under an hour or less.

The burrito is stuffed with steak, chicken, pork, rice, cheese, beans and salsa. The margarita is made with a very spicy ghost pepper.

 

This is what a 30-pound burrito looks like -- before I eat 30 pounds of it!

A photo posted by Gersh Kuntzman (@brooklyngersh) on Oct 12, 2015 at 11:51am PDT

But there is a catch: Customers have to pay $150 to participate and once they start, no bathroom breaks are allowed. Anyone who vomits will be immediately disqualified.

Read: 800-Pound Man Kicked Out of Hospital For Ordering Pizza, Looking For Second Chance

 

An update at 20 minutes.

A photo posted by Gersh Kuntzman (@brooklyngersh) on Oct 12, 2015 at 12:22pm PDT

 

It begins! Vic predicts I will only eat 4.5 pounds. No cilantro, please!

A photo posted by Gersh Kuntzman (@brooklyngersh) on Oct 12, 2015 at 11:40am PDT

The restaurant also says they are not responsible for “death or illness” caused by the meal.

Don Chingon has a four-star rating on Yelp and this man vs. food challenge so far has produced no winners.

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