Another alleged victim told "Inside Edition" in a story published May 4 that she experienced a similar incident with a man she knew as “Mike” and whom she met online.
But in this case the restaurant manager called him out.
The woman, identified only as Carol in the story, said that when she arrived at the restaurant, her date was already eating and continued to order more, "Inside Edition" reported.
After he excused himself to go to the restroom, the manager allegedly recognized him from news reports, "Inside Edition" reported.
“I said, 'You're the notorious dine-and-dash dater,' and he kind of looked perplexed. And I said, 'That's you, right?' He said, 'Yes.' I said, 'Well, I’m not going to serve you,'" the manager, Justin Leyvas, said, according to the report.
The restaurant in Pasadena paid for Carol’s dinner, according to "Inside Edition."
Pasadena police would not comment about possible charges involving these recent alleged incidents but did confirm to ABC News that there is on ongoing investigation into Gonzales' activities.
"We are looking at him for other incidents of this nature," police said. “We believe there are other victims who are afraid to come forward and we want them to please contact Pasadena police at 626-744-4522."