No person, without authority, shall loiter, linger, stay, saunter, delay or stand around, or do any other act so as to block, obstruct, impede or otherwise interfere with the normal flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic upon any public street or highway, sidewalk or any other public place or public building or an business lawfully conducted by anyone in or upon such public street, highway, public sidewalk or other public place or public building, by means of a barricade, object or device, or with his person, all or any of which prevents the free and uninterrupted ingress, egress and regress therein, thereon or thereto. This section shall not apply to persons maintaining, rearranging or constructing public utility facilities in or adjacent to a street or sidewalk, nor shall it apply to persons peacefully picketing upon places other than a public street or highway.
(Ord. 2601, passed 4-25-1977; Ord. 2862, passed 12-8-1982)