New playground rules: No lone adults - Miami Beach - MiamiHerald.com: "Beginning Sunday, anyone 18 or older could face a fine -- or at least get shooed away by police -- if found in a Miami Beach playground without a child.
Intended to protect children from predatory adults, the new rule is part of a national trend -- a municipal corollary to kids-required policies for grown-ups at children's museums."
Interesting--the article goes on the say that New York City and San Francisco have laws like this already. Hard to see why San Francisco would bother. There are hardly any children there to protect. It's basically just the homeless and the yuppies and their dogs. All the kids seem to be in the Exploratorium, but I saw plenty of "unaccompanied" adults there...very suspicious.