Hot-dog-eating contest winner Joey Chestnut paraded through streets
Ten-time Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest-winner Joey Chestnut paraded through the streets of Coney Island after his latest win.
The 70 hot dogs and buns gobbled by Chestnut were the most ever eaten at the annual July Fourth eating contest at Nathan's Famous on Coney Island.
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Joey Chestnut devoured 61 dogs to win the men’s division while Miki Sudo won the women’s title with 34.
Competitive eater proposed to his girlfriend on stage before the Nathan's Famous contest began.