509.02  DISORDER AT SHOPPING CENTERS AND SCHOOL GROUNDS.
   (a)   For the purpose of this section the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      (1)   “Public portions of a shopping center” means the ingress and egress to the parking of automotive or other vehicles, driveways, sidewalks, malls, arcades, service areas, and entranceways into stores and buildings.
      (2)   “School grounds” means any real property owned by the City Board of Education.
      (3)   “Shopping center” means any combination of retail stores and services contained within one or more buildings which are located on one or more parcels of land united to form a general shopping center site and on which there are located public areas for the nonexclusive use of members of the general public and occupants, visitors and customers of the retail stores and services.
      
   (b)   No person on the public portions of a shopping center or on school grounds, shall race the motor of any motor vehicle, needlessly bring to a sudden start or stop any motor vehicle, blow any horn of any motor vehicle unnecessarily, or engage in any race with another vehicle so as to create a nuisance or a disturbance to annoy or endanger any other person or vehicle lawfully on the public portions of the shopping center or on the school grounds.
   (c)   No person on the public portions of any shopping center or on school grounds, shall do the following:
      (1)   Alone or with others, assemble or congregate for the purpose of lingering or loitering in any manner which will obstruct, impede, or interfere with the free passage of other pedestrians using the shopping center or school grounds.
      (2)   In the presence or hearing of another person, curse or abuse the person or use any violently abusive language to the person concerning him or her or any of his male or female relatives under circumstances reasonably calculated to provoke a breach of the peace.
      (3)   Use loud or vociferous language or obscene, vulgar or indecent language, swear, curse, yell or shriek in a manner calculated to disturb another person.
      (4)   Harass by any means, bother, or injure any other person by making loud or indecent suggestions by oral expression or by a physical act.
   (d)   Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.  (1993 Code 132.05)