Burrito-eating contest at Brooklyn restaurant Don Chingon could make you the owner BY Jeanette Settembre NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, October 9, 2015, 5:15 PM Courtesy of Don Chingnon New Mexican restaurant Don Chingon in Park Slope has a 30-pound burrito. The clean plate club here gets a stake in the restaurant. Welcome to Park Slope Mexican restaurant Don Chingon, home of the 30-pound burrito. Finish it, and you’re a part owner. That’s nothing to burp at. The massive mouthful is packed with steak, chicken, pork, rice, beans and salsa. “If you are going to eat a massive amount of food in a single sitting, you deserve real compensation,” owner Victor Robey tells the Daily News. “Some restaurants will put your name on the wall. We'll give you the wall,” he adds. Here are the rules: Eaters fork over $150 to enter, then consume the meaty marvel and down a ghost-pepper margarita in one hour -- no bathroom breaks or throwing up. Be sure to read the fine print. Don Chingon is not responsible for “death or illness” that might occur during the gluttonous meal.