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When I was younger and immature, well more immature, I used to come home from school and stuff as many Oreos in my mouth as possible. I was dumb back then, well dumber, because I left evidence everywhere. Being caught red-handed isn’t rare in thievery, but the way this guy got busted definitely is.
Mike Geller wore his Google Glass around New York City on Tuesday, as you would expect an average Google Glass wearer would do. Awkwardly, he caught beautiful footage all over the city. But the highlight of his day began when he let a stranger try on his fancy goggles in Bryant Park.
When the stranger immediately bolted after unfashionably fastening the glasses to his face, Geller got out his phone and opened an app called LiveLens. If you can’t figure out what the apps does, it allows the user to live feed through the lenses.
Geller didn’t act quickly enough to recover his biotech bifocals, but he did get to watch the rest of the robber’s day—which looks pretty awesome. Here’s the video:
[via Business Insider]