(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with or disturb any religious worship or public gatherings.
('86 Code, § 14.406)
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to behave disorderly in any public hall or other place of amusement, entertainment or gathering or to enter the same in a drunken condition or to interrupt any play, performance, lecture, entertainment or service therein or any player, speaker or other person taking part therein.
('86 Code, § 14.204)
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person to interrupt the proceedings of any public meeting, or be guilty of disorderly conduct therein, or to commit any contempt of either.
('86 Code, § 14.601)
   (D)   It shall be unlawful:
      (1)   For any person willfully or unnecessarily to interfere with or to disturb in any way or in any place the students or teachers of any school attended by women or girls, to loiter about such school premises or to act in an obnoxious manner thereon; or
      (2)   For any person to enter upon any school premises or loiter around the premises, except on business, without the permission of the principal or person in charge.
('86 Code, § 14.310) Penalty, see § 133.99
   Interrupting meetings of public bodies, see § 30.27
Statutory reference:
   Disturbing religious worship, see S.C. Code § 16-17-520
   Disturbing schools, see S.C. Code § 16-17-420