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An Innocent Moviegoer Gets In A Tussle With The FBI Over His Prescribed Google Glasses!

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It may not be smart to bring a pair of Google Glass into a movie theater, but this poor guy did not deserve the treatment being given to him!

A Google Glass Explorer was ejected from his local AMC theater in Easton Mall in Columbus, Ohio after a federal agent snatched the glasses from his face and removed him from the theater!

This is so rude, a simple, 'Sir, please step outside' would suffice! Poor guy!

The man was then roughly badgered and questioned for three hours by the authorities under the suspicion that he was recording the film with his digital eyewear!

Apparently, the innocent movie goer said he has worn Google Glass to the same theaters before but has never been reprimanded by authorities for it!

The Google Glass user, who wanted to remain anonymous, said:

After I got my prescription lens for Glass, I wore Google Glass exclusively, including at the movies. As the prior couple of times there was no issue with me wearing glass at the very same movie theater, I didn’t even think about wearing my old pair of glasses to the movie, and I didn’t have my old glasses with me.

I always carry an ”emergency pair” in my car, but the car was in the parking lot. So the short answer is no, I didn’t consider wearing regular glasses.

Maybe next time he'll put on those emergency pair glasswear on, just in case! There's no need for another round of roughhousing over expensive eye glasses!

The man was given a pair of movie tickets by a Movie Association representative for his troubles, but we're not sure a free movie would help us get over the incident!

What do U think, Perezcous readers? Were the authorities too hard on the man?

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6 comments to “An Innocent Moviegoer Gets In A Tussle With The FBI Over His Prescribed Google Glasses!”

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  2. nationalenquirer says – reply to this


    Have you ever considered writing classes Perez ? The postings on here are ATROCIOUS ! No facts , all supposition.
    Just awful.

  3. mlyjn says – reply to this


    This is why Google glasses are great in theory but dumb in reality. There will always be too many questionable situations like this. And while I feel like this guy could have been treated with respect, he should have thought the whole "wearing glasses with a recording device built in" thing through before he went into the theatre.

  4. fid says – reply to this


    Re: mlyjn – Exactly! It's like the woman that had them while driving but won her battle in court because she said it wasn't turned on. Are police officers supposed to know if the item is "on" or not with some sort of special device?

    Google glasses should only be allowed at certain times. Otherwise, people will be driving and watching movies, or video taping people/movies without consent.

    And for all those that fear for their privacy, these Google glasses are a huge step in taking away EVERYONES privacy. I'm sure there are going to be huge breaches of privacy.

  5. RainyDayInterns says – reply to this


    “Sir…please come with us.”
    “We have determined that you have an eidetic memory and you were looking directly at the screen.”
    “But…that is because I’m watching the movie.”
    “Sir…no recording of any kind is allow. Do we have to get medieval on you?”

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


    I don't think four movie tickets are enough for how they behaved and how he was treated.