509.04  DISTURBING THE PEACE.
   No person shall:
   (a)   On any street, highway, public building, in or on a public or private conveyance, or public place, engage in conduct having a direct tendency to cause acts of violence by the person or persons at whom, individually, such conduct is directed.
   (b)   Willfully, or being intoxicated, whether willfully or not, disrupt any meeting of the governing body of any political subdivision of this State or a division or agency thereof, or of any school, literary society or place of religious worship, or any other meeting open to the public, if such disruption prevents or interferes with the orderly conduct of such meeting or has a direct tendency to cause acts of violence by the person or persons at whom, individually, such disruption is directed.
   (c)   Engage in fighting, or threaten to harm persons or property unlawfully.
   (d)   Make offensively coarse utterance, gesture or display, or communicate unwarranted and grossly abusive language to any person, which by its very utterance or usage inflicts injury or tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace.
   (e)   Insult, taunt or challenge another under circumstances in which such conduct is likely to provoke a violent response.
   (f)   Hinder or prevent the movement of persons or vehicles on a public street, road, highway right of way or to, from, within or upon public or private property, so as to interfere with the rights of others, by any act which serves no lawful and reasonable purpose.
   (g)   Create a condition which presents a risk of physical harm to persons or property.
   (h)   Urinate or defecate in any public place or upon the property of any other person, except this section shall not apply to the use of restrooms and/or bathrooms.
   (i)   Beg for money, goods or services.
   Nothing described herein shall be interpreted or construed to prevent any constitutionally protected activity including but not necessarily limited to exercise of one's constitutionally guaranteed rights of freedom of speech or assembly.  No person may be convicted under this section when his sole intent for engaging in the activities for which he was arrested was to exercise one or more of the rights guaranteed to him under the Constitution of the United States or the State Constitution or to exercise any other rights guaranteed to that person by law.