At least in the Village of Lake Placid in eastern New York.
The village board passed a new anti-noise ordinance that bans "hooting" on public streets after 9:30 p.m.
Yelling, shouting, whistling, singing and offensive horn-honking now are also legal no-nos.
First offenders can be fined as much as $250 and spend up to 15 days in jail.
Repeat hooters face fines up to 750 bucks and 60 days in the slammer.