(a)   No person shall, knowingly or intentionally, in a public place:
      (1)   Engage in sexual intercourse;
      (2)   Engage in deviate sexual intercourse as defined by Michigan law;
      (3)   Appear in a state of nudity; or
      (4)   Fondle the genitals of himself, herself or another person.
   (b)   As used in this section, "nudity" means the showing of the human male or female genitals, pubic hair or buttocks with less than fully opaque covering; the showing of the female breast with less than a fully opaque covering of any part of the nipple; the exposure of any device, costume or covering which gives the appearance of or simulates the genitals, pubic hair, natal cleft, perineum, anal region or public hair region; or the exposure of any device worn as a cover over the nipples and/or areola of the female breast, which device simulates and gives the realistic appearance of nipples and/or areola.
   (c)   As used in this section, "public places" means and includes all outdoor places owned by or open to the general public, and all buildings and enclosed places owned by or open to the general public, including such places of entertainment, taverns, restaurants, clubs, theatres, dance halls, banquet halls, party rooms or halls limited to specific members, restricted to adults or to patrons invited to attend, whether or not an admission charge is levied.
   (d)   The prohibition set forth in paragraph (a)(3) hereof shall not apply to the following:
      (1)   Any child under ten years of age; or
      (2)   Any individual exposing a breast in the process of breast-feeding an infant under two years of age.
(Ord. 695. Passed 5-10-00.)