Many students tend to say that the security officer and staffs does not treat students as adult. The question is, do you act as an adult. You may think that you are a customer and you should be getting the service that you want. Fine by me.
However, the simple ideology in handling humans.. Before you wish others to respect you, you first need to respect others.
Hence, scolding the guards saying "Do you know I pay your salary" makes you think you are an adult?
Parking along Jalan Ayer Keroh Lama (In front of EP) makes you think you are an adult?
Vandalism i.e. playing with the fire extinguisher makes you feel like and adult?
Wearing slippers and shorts as well?
Teat others how you want to be treated..
Students as well complaint that the guards give them a very "horny" look when they dress sexy. The students who complaint this the most comes from the Law School (though you do not have your own building). First, I think to myself why on earth will the student complaint when she is the one asking for it.
Since most of them are law student. Let's talk in a language law students can understand. Here is the senario:
When you enter a shop and purchase something, the price given is an invitation. And the person who purchase the product would be the offer. The person at the cashier who accepts the money would be the receiver. Clear?
Ok, so, back to the senario. If a girl were to wear sexily, its and invitation to treat. Is it not?
And can also be categorized as an offerer. While the person who looks at you, are the accept-er as you have offered.
In short, when you dress in such a way, do not complaint that there are people looking at you.
PS: You should be angry when you dress sexy and no one looks at you. Looking at you means admiring you.