This Is What the Serial Dine-and-Dash Dater Ordered at Restaurants With His Victims (Before Getting a Jail Sentence)

This Is What the Serial Dine-and-Dash Dater Ordered at Restaurants With His Victims (Before Getting a Jail Sentence)

Paul Guadalupe Gonzales has received a 120-day jail sentence for his notorious dine-and-dash pattern.

By Tamara Palmer

A serial criminal who connected with several California women on the dating apps Bumble and Plenty of Fish, invited them to dinner and then dashed before the bill arrived has been sentenced to 120 days in jail in Los Angeles County. And after several of his victims spoke up publicly, a distinct pattern of what he liked to order to eat has emerged.

The perpetrator, 45-year-old Paul Guadalupe Gonzales, definitely knew what he was doing in terms of bang for buck — in the shortest possible span of time.

An account published by Daily Mail claimed that Gonzales ordered two glasses of wine within a 10-minute span as well as filet mignon and shrimp on one date. Another woman told New York Daily News that, when she arrived at a restaurant for a date with Gonzales, he ordered a steak and told her that he'd already eaten a full meal but was still hungry.

"He didn't look like his pictures," the woman told the publication. "He kept saying, 'I got you. Order whatever you want. It’s on me. Don’t worry about it."

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