Drinking in a public park
How to get away with this despite our clear disapproval: There’s something a little extra thrilling about getting buzzed with a new fling, especially somewhere you’re not supposed to, which in Arizona is any public place that’s not a bar or restaurant. You can make it romantic by setting up a little picnic, and, then as a finishing touch, put your vodka and Sprite in an undercover cup. See, super romantic, right?
Law you’d be breaking: Public intoxication.
How to pull this off despite the fact that we absolutely don’t condone your behavior: Cliff jumping is a classic Arizona activity perfect for a pair of rebels like you and your date -- unfortunately it’s one that’s also illegal, but we doubt that will stop you. So if this is what you really want to do, find the tallest cliff that is out of the watchful eye of law enforcement, grab your partner’s hand, and take the plunge. While we don’t recommend this at all, we’d say Lake Pleasant is probably the spot to go to. If we were were encouraging you to ignore the law.
Law you’d be breaking: Self endangerment, possibly trespassing if you find yourself in a private spot.