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Two restaurants in Paris give good-looking people better tables than not-so-good-looking people. This is to staff who used to work at the two . The former employees told a Parisian newspaper about the restaurants' seating . They said: "The good-looking customers are led to the good places, where they can be seen; the non-good-looking ones must be seated in the of the room." This rule did not apply to celebrity . The rule for them was that, "pretty or ugly, old or young," they got the good tables. Even the waiters and waitresses were employed on looks. One ex-waitress said: "Anyone short, without a model's and over 30 need not ."

The ex-staff said the restaurant owners wanted to make sure the restaurant had a good by seating attractive guests in easy-to-see . They said the restaurants' owner would visit to make sure his 'beauty policy' was working. If he saw someone whose he didn't like at a good table, he tell the staff: "There are good-looking people, you put them here; there are bad-looking people, you put them ." Furthermore, staff could not to give a table to customers who telephoned to make a , just in case they were not beautiful. Staff only decided where to seat them after they came to the restaurant and looked at their .

 


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