What would you do if a restaurant asked you to remove the camera-on-your-face device, Google Glass, because other diners had privacy concerns? Would you storm out and then trash the place online? As blog EV Grieve reports, that’s what Katy Kasmai did after Feast, a restaurant in New York’s East Village, objected to her ocular choice. Kasmai complained about Feast on her Google+ page, which in turn led a dozen of her loyal followers to leave a series of savage 1-star reviews on Google — which is the first page to come up when New Yorkers search for “Feast.” This seems unfair, especially since many of the “reviews” were written from places like Phoenix. The episode is unlikely to help Glass fans overcome the”Glasshole” label.