Lake Eola sure does have some funny signs, don't they?
I did an industrial design unit at uni and during one lecture we watched a slide show of ideas for park benches all designed to be impossible to sleep on. It's called "street furniture", and I just cannot get my head around why it might be okay to provide free sitting space for the public, but make it unusable for any other purpose. I guess that's why I never pursued a career in industrial design.
DO NOT SLEEP OR REMAIN
Remain after what, I wonder? What things are we allowed to do in ANY BUSHES, SHRUBS OR FOLIAGE that would normally lead us to REMAIN afterwards? At what point does catching one's breath become REMAINing?
That's for the judge to decide, smartass. You should just be grateful that while you're waiting to see him you'll get three squares and a shower!
If they arrest a kid for playing hide and seek in the bushes I greatly support this sign and all of the city codes represented by it, otherwise this sign is obviously prejudiced against those of us who like to have sex outdoors.