Whilst in Sainsbugs (other supermarkets are available) doing the tedious job of the monthly shop I was aurally assaulted by various brats of varying sizes throwing wobblies and demanding attention/sweeties/toys from parents. One little t*at..... oops sorry, darling was bellowing at the top of it's high pitched voice that unless it received what it wanted he was going to "piss and my pants and make you sorry". The Mother smiled and put the toy in the trolly. An older lady passing by tut tutted and the Mother of said brat said (I kid you not) "Don't tut at him it will enforce his bad behaviour. He is only expressing himself the only way he knows how" Now. I can honestly say that the Son and Heir threw one hissy fit whilst in a supermarket. He was dispatched under my arm, leaving the full trolly behind. Put in the car and we went home. No discussion. No 'expressing himself'. Out and home. He did not get his fave dinner that night and it was explained to him that through his actions he had to accept the consequences. So, fellow ARRSE'rs, what would be your solution be to badly behaved brats in a supermarket? And what did you do when your little cherubs did so?