There are a large number of superheroes who get around via some kind of super-parkour. These range from superheroes who swing webbing like Spider-Man and his many imitators (e.g., Spinnerette), to ones who use more "grounded" methods of parkour such as Daredevil or Batman.
My question is, from a legal perspective how many laws are these superheroes breaking by travelling across the city this way? I have a superhero character who is a parody of Spider-Man, and one of the jokes I am trying to make is by highlighting how in IRL New York city, citizens typically don't like somebody hopping across their rooftops at night, covering their streets in sticky webbing, etc. How many laws would this character be breaking just by web-slinging across IRL New York? No crime fighting, no vigiliantism, no superheroing (all of which are more punishable by existing law), just swinging across New York city to avoid NYC traffic like Peter Parker and similar heroes are often shown doing in comic books?
Would they get in trouble from littering from their webs? Speeding given they are travelling much faster than the speed limit of cars? I know that a flying superhero flying above the building line would violate air traffic restrictions and it's been pointed out within the Marvel Universe that Spider-Man riding on the rooftop of a car violates New York city law (Spider-Man got a ticket for this in the comics) but I don't know if just swinging around New York City would do anything.