"The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that it is illegal to be drunk and annoying - or what a reasonable person would find annoying, anyway." - Joe Palazzolo in The Wall Street Journal, December 19, 2014. Here is that article.
In Indiana, there is a 2012 statute which makes it criminal to be annoying when intoxicated with booze. The problem is that the statute is vague in terms of the types of behaviors banned. It only mentions action which "harasses, annoys, or alarms another person."
Based on that 2012 law, reports Palazzolo, Rodregus Morgan had been arrested. An appeals court tossed the conviction. However, the Deputy Attorney General essentially leveraged the reasonable person argument. The case went to the state supreme court.
That court decided the law was constitutional. However, it also ruled that Morgan's behavior had not been "annoying."
Indiana is not atypical is framing "annoying" behavior as criminal. As Palazzolo notes, "According to Municode, an online database of local laws, 'annoy' or some variation appears in more than 5,000 ordinances."