I gave no strawman. An analogy you don't like isn't a strawman. A strawman is making up an argument, then tearing it apart. Point out the strawman. There isn't one there. Just false rhetorical claims and whining by you.
My argument was that the owner was justified in asking the guy to remove his Glass because it contains a camera that could potentially be recording.
You then took this to it's extreme and suggested that my argument was invalid because the owner could ask a a female to strip naked because her clothes might contain a camera.
One on front, casual clothes typically do not contain hidden cameras (unlike the Glass, which has it as a primary feature), on the other front, asking a person to remove their Glass vs strip naked in a restaurant are two different levels of "acceptable" on the scale - i.e., one of them is and one of them absolutely isn't.
That argument - that my point is invalid because it's no different to the owner asking a women to strip naked or leave because she might have a hidden camera - is a strawman.
I'm not sure how I'm whining - I'm merely debating. We don't agree. Not agreeing with you doesn't mean I'm "whining" and making "false rhetorical claims".