The Washington Post describes a Virginia public school's no-touching policy:
Fairfax County middle school student Hal Beaulieu hopped up from his lunch table one day a few months ago, sat next to his girlfriend and slipped his arm around her shoulder. That landed him a trip to the school office.
Among his crimes: hugging.
All touching—not only fighting or inappropriate touching—is against the rules at Kilmer Middle School in Vienna. Hand-holding, handshakes and high-fives? Banned. The rule has been conveyed to students this way: "NO PHYSICAL CONTACT!!!!!"
Then there's this sentence, which has an irresistible Dragnet-meets-1984 quality:
A school security officer spotted the hug and sent Hal to the office, where he was cited for two infractions.
Snitching: my anti-hug.