I was in Best Buy with my wife to buy a movie yesterday. While browsing a child saw my cell phone hanging from under my shirt and proceeded to walk up and try to lift my shirt to see it better. In plain view of his Father I told the child no and removed his hand from my person. Less than a minute later he tried it again. This time I yelled STOP, DON'T DO IT AGAIN! and gently pushed him away. I looked at the father and we stared at each other for a few seconds and only then did he discipline his child. I did not speak to the father, because I was raised not to say anything to someone unless it was something nice, and of course I had a few choice words ready had he said anything (beside the point). Anyway, this kid could have exposed my carry piece to the entire store and we do have brandishing laws in Florida. I know how I would have handled an adult trying to do this, (elbow to the head) but it just never occured to me that people are not teaching kids not to touch people. So, did I handle this ok, what would you have done differently? I don't have or want kids, so I am a little cynical when it comes to dealing with them, but this really bothered me and made me re-think my procedures when carrying.