For example, even though most beaches are public places, you can get in trouble for taking invasive photos of people in their swimmers without their permission.Private property is a space where the owner can set rules or restrict entry.Another piece of interesting information: Wow, the whole country is excited listening to news about Reliance JIO and their 4G LTE data plans.
Describing the incident on Reddit, the video poster said: 'Last night my girlfriend of four years and I were waiting patiently for a lady to order her food at this restaurant in Santa Monica, and I had my arms around her from behind and maybe kissed her on the top of the head once or twice, but that was the extent of it.'Out of nowhere, the lady looks at us and exclaims emphatically how inappropriate [our] PDA was and how uncomfortable it was making her.'I thought she was joking because of how little we were actually making contact.
The boyfriend of the woman filming the video tells the angry woman to leave, to which she replies: 'Excuse me! You are the ugliest b**** I've ever seen - you look like a little boy.
This is a place where you eat, not where you make out. As she begins to leave, she says to another man waiting by the door: 'I'm an American - I'm from California.
This includes homes, shops, sport and performance venues, museums and galleries, schools and similar places.
These places can make rules that ban people from photographing or recording any part of the space or the people within it (unless they can be seen from a public space).