Chipotle customer sparks chaos by ordering the ‘biggest’ burrito possible

A TikTok user is going viral after ordering what might be Chipotle’s biggest burrito ever.

The massive burrito comes courtesy of TikTok user Liam Donafee, who often uses his page to respond to requests from his followers.

A recent request asked Donafee to order a burrito from Chipotle with “everything” on it. The TikToker happily obliged.

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“This is gonna cost a lot of money,” Donafee says at the start of the clip.

In the video, Donafee goes to Chipotle and asks for a burrito topped with every single menu item.

“Can I get like, everything?” he asks. “Every meat, every bean, every rice, every sauce … all of it.”

Impressively, the Chipotle employee does manage to wrap his burrito.

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♬ original sound – Liam Donafee

TikTok users were divided over the finished product. Some said it looked “dangerous” while others said they couldn’t wait to try ordering it.

“That doesn’t even look edible,” one user wrote.

“This is so chaotic,” another agreed.

“My mouth was watering omg,” another user wrote.

“Why does it look great though?” another asked.

Other users pressed Donafee to share how the burrito’s final cost. He failed to answer that question, but based on some quick calculations by this editor (i.e., frantically smashing every button on Chipotle’s online order page), it was at least $15 — probably much more.

Some commenters also wrote that they felt bad for the employee who had to wrap Donafee’s burrito.

“That poor worker,” one user wrote.

“[That’s] why workers cringe when they see someone walk up filming with their phone,” another added.

Donafee’s mega-burrito is just the latest fast food order prank to go viral on TikTok. In the past few months, users have shocked employees by ordering burnt Subway subs, asking for sandwiches with “nothing but sauce” and by visiting the Burger King drive-thru several times in a row.

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