§ 14-190.9. Indecent exposure.
(a) Unless the conduct is punishable under subsection (a1) of this section, any person who shall willfully expose the private parts of his or her person in
any public place and in the presence of any other person or persons, except for those places designated for a public purpose where the same sex exposure
is incidental to a permitted activity, or aids or abets in any such act, or who procures another to perform such act; or any person, who as owner, manager,
lessee, director, promoter or agent, or in any other capacity knowingly hires, leases or permits the land, building, or premises of which he is owner, lessee or
tenant, or over which he has control, to be used for purposes of any such act, shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.
(a1) Unless the conduct is prohibited by another law providing greater
punishment, any person at least 18 years of age who shall willfully expose the private parts of his or her person in any public place in the presence of any other person less than 16 years of age for the purpose of arousing or
gratifying sexual desire shall be guilty of a Class H felony. An offense committed under this subsection shall not be considered to be a lesser included offense under G.S. 14-202.1.
(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a woman may breast feed in any public or private location where she is otherwise authorized to be,
irrespective of whether the nipple of the mother’s breast is uncovered during or incidental to the breast feeding.
(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a local government may
regulate the location and operation of sexually oriented businesses. Such local regulation may restrict or prohibit nude, seminude, or topless dancing to the
extent consistent with the constitutional protection afforded free speech. (1971, c. 591, s. 1; 1993, c. 301, s. 1; c. 539, s. 124; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c); 1998-46, s. 3; 2005-226, s. 1.)
§ 113-35. State timber may be sold by Department of
Environment and Natural Resources; forest nurseries;
control over parks, etc.; operation of public service
facilities; concessions to private concerns.
(a) … The Department shall make reasonable rules for the regulation of the
use by the public of such and all State forests, State parks, State lakes, game refuges and public shooting grounds under its charge, which rules, after
having been posted in conspicuous places on and adjacent to such properties of the State and at the courthouse of the county or counties in which such
properties are situated shall have the force and effect of law and any violation of such rules shall constitute a Class 3 misdemeanor.