In the nineteenth century, it was a misdemeanor offense in Tucson for a person to appear in public in the dress “not of his or her sex.” The question is, would it be worse for a woman to be in pants, or NO pants?!?
Sec. 14-28. Hats; wearing in theaters. It shall be unlawful for any person to wear a hat or any other covering of the head which obstructs the view of other persons, in any theater, opera house, motion picture theater or any other building where an entertainment is given and an admission charged, during any performance…
198-15. Changing clothes in comfort station prohibited. No person shall change his clothing from bathing suit to street clothes or otherwise within the comfort stations maintained by the city.
Rumor has it that the penalty ranges from a slap on the wrist to a ticket for a few hundred baht. Thankfully the exchange rate is favorable and this is around $10 US.