Village of Farmingdale, NY
Nassau County
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[Adopted 7-25-1932 by Ord. No. 43 (Ch. 68, Art. V, of the 1975 Code)]
Any person who, with intent to provoke the public peace and good order of the Village, or whereby a breach of the peace and good order may be occasioned, commits any of the following acts, shall be deemed to have committed the offense of a disorderly conduct:
Uses offensive, disorderly, threatening, abusive or insulting language, conduct or behavior.
Acts in such a manner as to annoy, disturb, interfere with, obstruct or be offensive to others.
Unnecessarily congregates with others upon the streets of the Village or in doorways or stairways adjacent thereto, or loiters about such places and refuses to move on when ordered by the police.
By his actions causes a crowd to collect, except when lawfully addressing such a crowd.
Shouts or makes a noise either outside or inside a building during the nighttime to the annoyance or disturbance of any considerable number of persons.
Interferes with any person in any place by jostling against the person or unnecessarily crowding him or by placing a hand in the proximity of such person's pocket, pocketbook or handbag.
Stations himself on the public streets of the Village or follows pedestrians for the purpose of soliciting alms, or who solicits alms on the public streets unlawfully.
Frequents or loiters upon the streets of the Village or in doorways or stairways adjacent thereto or about any public place in the Village, soliciting men for the purpose of committing a crime against nature or other lewdness.
Causes a disturbance in any streetcar, railroad car, omnibus or other public conveyance within the confines of the Village, by running through, or climbing through windows or upon the seats, or otherwise annoying passengers or employees therein.
Stands on sidewalks or street corners and makes insulting remarks to or about passing pedestrians or annoys such pedestrians.
For the violation of any of the provisions of this article, he shall be liable for and pay a fine not exceeding $250 or 15 days' imprisonment, or both, for each and every offense, and such violation shall constitute disorderly conduct and the person violating the same shall be a disorderly person.
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
This article shall take effect August 20, 1932, or immediately as to any person or firm served with a copy of this article.