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When a restaurant owner suspects employees of not doing their jobs — whether it be stealing, lying, mistreating customers or generally doing lousy work — they call in the Mystery Diners. These Mystery Diners are undercover operatives who go into restaurants, bars and food-service establishments with hidden cameras to perform surveillance to find out what's really going on when the boss isn't around.
The owner of Lenny's Deli in Los Angeles, fears that his new baker is taking artistic license with customer cake orders.
Tired of being mistreated, the wait staff of a California restaurant contacts Charles to do a reverse sting on their employer.
The owner of Doffo Winery in Temecula, Calif., contacts Charles after noticing missing wine barrels.
The owners of Hot Red Bus, near Los Angeles, contact Charles after hearing rumors that their restaurant is open on the one day it's supposed to be closed.
Having already been helped by Mystery Diners in the past, Nico, owner of Capo's Speakeasy in Las Vegas, contacts Charles to help with a personal problem at his new home.
The owners of Moviesets, in New Orleans, are concerned about theft at their prop house-turned-event center.
Owner is concerned about an unhealthy competition between her two New Orleans restaurants, Toast and Tartine.
The owners of Marigny Brasserie in New Orleans notices an influence of rowdy tourists at his bar for locals.
The owners of Gateway Restaurant and Lodge, located near Sequoia National Park in California, hear complaints of unauthorized parties taking place inside their vacant cabins.
After noticing over $4,000 missing from her officer safe, Keeli, owner of Fuzion in Huntington Beach, Calif., suspects that one of her managers is responsible.
Mystery Diners counts down the series' Top 10 greatest moments in catching employee theft involving stolen food, alcohol, supplies, and money
Mystery Diners counts down the Top 10 craziest schemes caught on videos from operating unauthorized businesses to raising money for bogus charities, having people pose as celebrities, faking injuries, and even creating fake employees.
Charles Stiles(Charles Stiles)
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