Wearing Google Glass already? Don't go to a cinema, because you might just get pulled out of there. The Gadgeteer reports that an unnamed movie goer rocked up to watch a movie wearing Google Glass. It was not the man's first time in the theater either, nor was it the first he had seen a movie while wearing Glass. But it was the first time an FBI agent escorted him out of the theater where 5 to 10 other officers were waiting for him.

The man put it this way to The Gadgeteer:
I kept telling them that I wasn't recording anything – my Glass was off, they insisted they saw it on. I told them there would be a light coming out the little screen if Glass was on, and I could show them that, but they insisted that I cannot touch my Glass for the fear "I will erase the evidence against me that was on Glass". ... Then they wanted to know what does Google ask of me in exchange for Glass, how much is Google paying me, who is my boss and why am I recording the movie.

Eventually, after a long time somebody came with a laptop and an USB cable at which point he told me it was my last chance to come clean. ...so the FBI guy finally connected my Glass to the computer, downloaded all my personal photos and started going though them one by one (although they are dated and it was obvious there was nothing on my Glass that was from the time period they accused me of recording). Then they went through my phone, and 5 minutes later they concluded I had done nothing wrong.
Wearable tech is going to have this sort of issue. Because even if he didn't record the movie, it's still hard for authorities to believe so. What do you think?

[The Gadgeteer via Phandroid]