Ass not glass, as strip clubs preemptively ban Google Glass

For your eyes only

Anyone hoping to use Google Glass to keep a little memento of their time in Las Vegas' salubrious strip joints: you're out of luck.

Like digital cameras and smartphones before them, the spectacles will not be welcome participants in said sartorially-challenged spectacle.

"If they don't want to check [the glasses], we'd be happy to give them a limo ride back to their hotel," said Peter Feinstein, managing partner at Sapphire Gentlemen's Club on the strip. Hey! Free limo ride! You'll need it after dropping a thousand notes on those futuristic glasses.

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