It is unlawful for any person, in a public or private place, knowing or having reasonable grounds to know, that it will, or will tend to, alarm, anger or disturb others or provoke any assault or breach of the peace, to do the following:
   (A)   Engage in brawling or fighting; or,
   (B)   Disturb an assembly or meeting, not unlawful in its character; or
   (C)   Engage in offensive, obscene or abusive language or in boisterous and noisy conduct tending reasonably to arouse alarm, anger or resentment in others; or,
   (D)   Willfully and lewdly expose his person or the private parts thereof, or procure another to so expose himself; and any open or gross lewdness or lascivious behavior, or any act of public indecency; or,
   (E)   Race the motor of any motor vehicle; or,
   (F)   Cause the spinning or skidding of wheels or tires causing tire squeals or similar noise; or,
   (G)   Cause the making or production of an unnecessary noise by shouting or by any other means or mechanism including the blowing of any automobile or other vehicle horn; or,
   (H)   Use a flash or spotlight in a manner so as to annoy or endanger others; or,
   (I)   Cause defacement, destruction or otherwise damage to any premises or any property located thereon; or,
   (J)   Strew, scatter, litter, throw, dispose of or deposit any refuse, garbage or rubbish onto any premises except into receptacles provided for such purposes; or,
   (K)   Fail or refuse to vacate or leave any premises after being requested or ordered, whether orally or in writing, to do so, by the owner, or person in charge thereof, or by any law enforcement agent or official; provided, however, that this provision shall not apply to any person who is owner or tenant of the premises involved nor to any law enforcement or other government official who may be present thereon at that time as part of his official duty, nor shall it include the wife, children, employee or tenant of such owner or occupant.
('69 Code, § 6.27) (Ord. 538-6, eff. 1-8-76) Penalty, see § 10.99