Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins are two of the most recognised names currently in the WWE now, and are both well-received when it comes to the child audience.
Rollins especially is revered by the majority of the crowd, his recent reactions have been probably the loudest in all of the company in recent times.
And many can say what they like about Reigns, but he's a big draw with the kids, and him being the biggest merchandise seller from the full-time active roster speaks volumes.
And when young fans they see one of their heroes in a store, you can't blame them for wanting a picture.
But according to a female by the Twitter handle of 'veestwtr', two-thirds of The Shield may have been less-than-nice to a small number of people who spotted them in public.
The woman who appears to be called Veronica simply stated in a tweet: "My dad saw @WWERomanReigns & Seth Rollins at bucces the other night and he said they were d**k heads."
She went on to explain that Rollins was telling the children in the picture that he would not have a photo with them, and that Reigns told her Dad that he wasn't an 'animal in a cage' and would like him to stop taking pictures.
The woman also stated that according to her father, Braun Strowman and Alexa Bliss couldn't be more forthcoming and were nice with all the children.
But it begs the question - were Reigns and Rollins right to react in the way they did?
Well, according to the WWE Universe - they had every right.
Not the reaction she probably expected.
Life can be tough on the road in the WWE, and the schedule can be especially gruelling at times. Hell in a Cell has just been-and-gone, and with both superstars having tough matches and bumps at the event may have made them wary of fans nagging them.
And it's clear to see both Reigns and Rollins have the back of the fans in this situation - plus there's no actual proof that the pair were nasty to anyone.
Sasha Banks has been outspoken in the past when it comes to fans in public, so maybe it's time to be wary when a superstar is spotted in the open.