§ 95.02  INTERFERENCE WITH RECREATIONAL PURPOSES PROHIBITED.
   (A)   The use of violence, force, noise, coercion, threat, intimidation, fear, passive resistance or other comparable conduct constituting an interference with recreation purposes, or urging other persons to engage in such conduct, while on park grounds, is prohibited.
   (B)   Intentionally causing or attempting to cause physical injury, or intentionally behaving in a way that could reasonably cause physical injury to any other person while on park grounds, or off park grounds at a sponsored recreational function, is prohibited. Self- defense, or reasonable action undertaken on the reasonable belief that it was necessary to protect some other person, shall not, however, constitute a violation of this section.
(Prior Code, § 96.02)  (Ord. G-8-74, passed 6-12-1974)  Penalty, see § 95.99