A monkey once served 5 days in a Chicago jail for shoplifting.
Sec. 28-345. Trick riding.
No rider of a bicycle shall remove both hands from the handlebars, or feet from the pedals, or practice any acrobatic or fancy riding on any street. The chief of police or his agent is authorized to approve racing events under section 11-1514 of The Illinois Vehicle Code [625ILCS 5/11-1514].
(Ord. No. 82-854, S057, 4-1-82)
Sec. 15-108. Jostling and crowding.
No person shall jostle or willfully crowd any member of the public in any public or private place, or otherwise interfere intentionally with the peaceful pursuit of their affairs.
(Ord. No. 63-695, S013, 1-21-63)
Sec. 4-23. Burning of animal matter; prohibited.
No person shall burn any feathers, hides or any other animal matter within the corporate limits of the city.
(Ord. No. 84-935, ? .10, 2-20-84)
Sec. 4-6. Noise, odor, etc.
No person shall keep or maintain any animal, poultry or fowl in such a manner to cause inconvenience or disturbance to other persons by reason of noise, odor or other cause.
(Ord. No. 84-935, ? .0311, 2-20-84)
Slavery Era Disclosure Ordinance (Source: Downey, Sarah. Slavery Disclosure Time. Newsweek. January 27, 2003.)