(A)   Prohibited conduct. It shall be unlawful for any person to:
      (1)   Engage in prostitution or solicit or accost any person for the purpose of inducing the commission of prostitution.
      (2)   Engage in window peeping.
      (3)   While intoxicated in a public place, engage in conduct that causes a public disturbance or endangers oneself or others.
      (4)   Make threatening, abusive, insulting, or sex-related comments or gestures to a specific person or persons in a manner that intimidates, offends, or otherwise provokes a reaction of fear, anger, or apprehension in such person or persons, or is intended to cause such reactions.
      (5)   Attend, frequent, operate or be an occupant of any place where prostitution, gambling, the illegal sale or use of alcoholic beverages, drugs or any other illegal business or occupation is permitted or conducted.
      (6)   Solicit employment of legal services or services of sureties upon criminal recognizance in or about a police station, police headquarters building, county jail, hospital, court building, or other public building.
      (7)   Unnecessarily interfere with the passage of others through a public place.
      (8)   Urinate or defecate on or about any public place outside of an appropriate sanitary facility.
   (B)   Public place defined. For purposes of this chapter, the term PUBLIC PLACE means any street, sidewalk, alley, park, parking lot, public building, or any other property, public or private, open for use by the general public.
(M.C.L.A. § 750.167) (Ord. passed - - ; Am. Ord. 577, passed 7-21-80; Am. Ord. 804, passed 8-25-97; Am. Ord. 1007, passed 12-14-15)