Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma has condemned the behaviour of "certain" members of Parliament in his reply to the State of the Nation Address on Thursday."Some MPs have decided to treat this august house like something worse than a beer hall. The conduct we saw in this house traumatised millions of South Africans," he told MPs.The president was responding to yet another violent encounter between the Economic Freedom Fighters and Parliament Protection Services last Thursday.The EFF MPs refused to let Zuma speak and were violently removed from the House after an hour and a half of heckling.AS IT HAPPENED: Affirmative action does not equal hatred of white people - Zuma in SONA debate responseZuma thanked South Africans on Thursday for listening to SONA, "despite the shocking and unbecoming behaviour which was displayed in this House again last Thursday by some members"."Our people elect members every five years to represent them in Parliament and to fulfil the tasks outlined in the Constitution. The majority of members of Parliament understand the serious responsibility they have been entrusted with, and conduct themselves in a manner that gives hope to South Africans," he said.He said adults could disagree ideologically, but with respect."We again appeal to those MPs and parties that have taken a decision to cause mayhem in the house to express themselves within the bounds of decency and decorum. Respect for one another and our Parliament will restore dignity of House and give hope to our people," Zuma said.