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Town law would ban 'annoying' singing

CHARLESTON, S.C., June 21 (UPI) -- A South Carolina town is considering a measure that would add singing, whistling and hollering to a law banning annoying sounds on public streets.

The Sullivan Island Town Council's proposed law, which may be ratified in July, would make it illegal to sing, yell, shout, whistle hoot or holler on public streets if it is annoying nearby people, particularly between the hours of 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C., reported Monday.

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Town Administrator Andy Benke said the wording of the proposed law came from an ordinance in North Charleston, S.C.

The town code already bans crying, calling, shouting and using musical instruments if they are deemed annoying by people nearby.

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