A.   Definitions: As used in this section, the following words and terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this subsection:
    PROSTITUTION: Engaging, offering or agreeing to engage for hire in sexual intercourse or sodomy.
   PUBLIC PLACE: Buildings or parts of buildings and premises, whether publicly or privately owned, which are used by the general public or to which the general public is invited commercially or in or on which the general public is permitted without specific invitation.
   SEXUAL INTERCOURSE: Sexual penetration, however slight.
   SODOMY: Carnally knowing any person by the anus or by or with the mouth.
   B.   Prostitution: No person shall, in any public or private place, engage in, offer to or agree to submit his or her body for hire for the purpose of sexual intercourse and/or sodomy.
   C.   Indecent Conduct: No person, in any public place, shall engage in or offer or attempt to engage in:
      1.   Lewd, lascivious or immoral conduct;
      2.   Slanderous, foul, obscene, or indecent language;
      3.   Indecent or lascivious exposure or use of the human body, or any part thereof;
      4.   Behavior, whether by words or acts, of a nature to corrupt the public morals or to outrage the sense of public decency; or
      5.   Fondling the unclothed genitals of himself or herself or another person.
   D.   Pandering: No person, in any public place, shall entice or attempt to entice another to engage in unlawful sexual intercourse, prostitution, or any lewd, lascivious or indecent act.
   E.   Peeping: No person shall look into any opening to a toilet or dressing room in a public place for an indecent, immoral or unlawful purpose.
   F.   Loitering: No person shall loiter in a public place for the purpose of inducing, enticing or procuring another to commit any crime or unlawful act.
   G.   Violation: Any person violating this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 59, 7-20-1993)