Today at my college, I was sitting in a lobby waiting for my buddy to get out of class. I was working on some math homework while minding my own business. I was sitting with my legs crossed, Indian style, in a chair so I could view my laptop in a more comfortable position. A few minutes later, an older public safety officer walked into the lobby and came directly towards me. With a very disrespectful attitude, he demanded me to take my feet off of the chair. I looked at him puzzled and confused, the kind of situation where you piss your friend off and you're not sure if he's serious about being mad. I just bought my shoes a week ago and they are as clean as a whistle. There is no rule saying I can't do that either. After my puzzled look, he came closer and repeated himself. I asked if he was serious and he got in my face, as though he was threatening me, and said it again. I don't understand what the issue was and I feel as though he kind of disrespected and harassed me mainly upon my appearance. I don't look like the nicest or smartest guy, long hair with a beard and beanie, but I hold a 3.5 and take respect seriously. This isn't really an issue of my feet being in a chair but mainly about how the officer handled a non-threatening situation. What do you blades think?