A person commits disorderly conduct when he does any act in such unreasonable manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provoke, make or aid in making, a breach of the peace. Acts which shall be deemed to be disorderly conduct, and are prohibited, include, but are not limited to, the following:
   A.   Abusive Words Or Gestures: Uttering profane, obscene or abusive words or performing profane, obscene or abusive gestures directed to and within the view or hearing of another, with the intent to provoke a breach of the peace.
   B.   Disturbing Passersby: Disturbing passersby on any street, sidewalk or other place open to the public by placing any obstruction upon or across the same, or by throwing missiles of any kind, or by jeering at or deriding in any other manner, with intent to disturb any person in the lawful and orderly use of such street, sidewalk or place open to the public.
   C.   Disturbing Public Assemblies: Disturbing any orderly assembly of any kind.
   D.   Fighting: Engaging in or encouraging a fight in any street, park or other place open to the public.
   E.   Keeping A Disorderly Place: Causing or permitting any room, house, shop, building or place of any description (while having the control thereof) to become the gathering place of disorderly persons, or causing or permitting therein any unreasonable noise which breaches the peace.
   F.   Loud Noises: Making unreasonable noises that alarm or disturb another.
   G.   Obstructing Entrances: Obstructing (or remaining about) any sidewalk, entrance to any school, church, club, or other room or building used for public assemblies, or entrance to other places open to the public after being requested by a police officer or any person in charge of such place to move on.
   H.   Unlawful Assembly: Assembling with two (2) or more persons for purposes of disturbing the public peace.
   I.   Urinating In Public: Urinating or depositing excrement upon streets, alleys, parks, or other places open to the public. (Ord. G-577, 10-22-1996)