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cafemarly150aa.jpgTwo former employees of Paris' Costes restaurant group claim that a management policy effectively seats guests according to their physical attractiveness: The former hostesses say that good-looking diners at Parisian spots like Le Georges and Café Marly are given prominent tables "where they could be seen," while less-attractive folks are delegated to corners or other undesirable places. The Costes group allegedly calls the practice the "beauty principle," with the same standards applying to front-of-house staff. [Daily Mail] [Photo: Cafe Marly/Facebook]

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