The former servers at restaurants Georges and Cafe Marly told Le Canard Enchaine their bosses ordered them to abide by a seating chart that specified separate sections -- one for customers deemed to be good looking and another for their less attractive counterparts -- France 24 reported Friday.
The ex-workers said the policy was instituted by Gilbert Costes, who owns both restaurants.
Costes' policy had one exception for unattractive customers -- they could receive the more prominent tables if they were celebrities, the former servers said.
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