Stay off the phones
Of all the beautiful scenery to see in Honolulu, officials want to make sure residents and tourists get a good look at the street.
Honolulu has became the largest city in the United States to make it illegal for people to look at phones, tablets or video games while crossing a road or highway.
It comes as a few states still have not outlawed texting while driving.
It remains to be seen how the law can be enforced on an island that draws tourists from across the globe.
The law applies to the entire island of Oahu, where it is also illegal to drive while using handheld mobile electronics. A first offence for the distracted walking ordinance carries a fine of between $A20 and $A46.
It increases to between $A98 and $A129 for a third offence within a year of the first violation.
Off phone: Honolulu has become the largest city in the US to make it illegal for people to look at phones, tablets or video games while crossing a road or highway.