Give a tour without a license
How to pull it off: Maybe you and your significant other like to get it on in historical dress. We’re not judging, but if you decide to take those costumes out on the street, attract a crowd, then walk those people around the historic district talking history, then you’re definitely living dangerously. Charleston requires tour guides to be licensed because, “Just because you heard it don’t make it true.” And we haven’t even mentioned how weird you have to be to want a wear woolen breeches in Charleston in the summer...
What laws you’d be breaking: Acting as a tour guide without a license ($1,000 fine), more than likely violating your costume rental agreement
Make love in Marion Square
How to pull if off: With all the special events Marion Square plays host to, this would be difficult, but rumor has it that folks have pulled it off. There is the cover of trees along the edge of the square, along with handy park benches for “sitting.” If you’re determined, the best spots might be on the opposite side from Calhoun St, but seriously, we are in no way suggesting this as a good time. If you do decide against our better judgement, make it a quickie.
What rules you’d be breaking: Public indecency, indecent exposure, if you’re not married -- fornication (really), or if you are (but not to each other) adultery