So, normally, I mind my own business and let others parent their own kids, of course, but when it's a safety issue, like they're doing something dangerous and could get seriously injured or seriously hurt someone else, I feel like I should step in and say something. Example, we were in the toy aisle and this little boy was climbing on the shelving, telling another little boy he was going to jump. I said, "You should get down from there before you get hurt. The shelf could break or you could fall." He said, "Oh, okay," and immediately stopped. Well, this woman came flying around from IDK where and shrieked at me that it was HER kid and SHE would get onto him, NOT ME. I told her I just didn't want him to get hurt and she said, "That's for ME to worry about, bitch!"
Do you think it's okay to scold another kid if it's a matter of safety?