5-3-2: LOITERING:
   A.   Authority To Request Identification: In order to preserve and protect a legitimate business interest or provide for the safety, welfare or security of customers and property, any owner or lessee of commercial property or business premises, any authorized representative of said owner or lessee, or any law enforcement officer or private security personnel employed by said owner or lessee, may require any person entering or remaining upon said commercial property or business premises to identify himself and state his/her purpose for entering or remaining upon said property or premises.
   B.   Refusal Of Entry; Request To Vacate: Any owner or lessee of commercial property or business premises, any authorized representative of said owner or lessee, or any law enforcement officer or private security personnel, may refuse entry onto or request the vacation of said commercial property or business premises by any person: 1) who does not have a bona fide business purpose for entering or remaining upon such property or premises; or 2) whose presence is or may reasonably become offensive, deleterious or injurious to customers, property or the business interest of said owner or lessee; provided, that any such refusal of entry or request to vacate shall not be inconsistent with or contrary to the state or federal statute, rule or regulation or any other ordinance of the city. (1998 Code § 13-10-5-05)
   C.   Penalty: Any person who, after having been refused entry or after having been requested to vacate commercial property or business premises pursuant to subsection B of this section, thereafter enters said property or premises within a period of one week from the time of refusal or fails within a period of fifteen (15) minutes to vacate said property or premises, shall be guilty of an infraction, punishable as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. (1998 Code § 13-10-5-05; amd. 2000 Code)