The post quickly amassed more than 1,900 comments with the majority of people disagreeing with him.
In response to his status, one person said: "Well take it up with the supermarket so they can provide better trolleys for parents instead of coming on here mum shaming."Another said: "It's like a rite of passage for children. The bigger the trolley, the more kids can fit in. My record is 11 kids: two in the kids' seats, three in the trolley, 5 hanging off the sides (two on each side and one at the front) and of course, one in a carry-car seat, hanging from the bag hook under the handle."
While a third wrote: "Sorry but as a twin mum, I often had no choice but to put one or both in the trolley where there were no double-seated or even single-seated trolleys.
"Thank goodness everyone was always very kind to me as they could clearly see I had few other options. Most of the time I did it because I was so worried about someone telling me off for my kids getting in their way if they were toddling alongside the trolley.
"And because I didn't want them to get hurt if someone knocked into them whilst they were trying to walk (believe me this happens A LOT).
"But hey if approaching other people and ruining their day because you're worried about a 'dirty' trolley is what gets you off..."
One mum commented: "I have a 2 and 3-year-old. Unless the 2-seater trolleys are available, my eldest is going in the trolley. Unless you want parents walking through the aisles at 2 miles an hour and kids running everywhere.""You've clearly never been in charge of a toddler in a food shop. They're feral. Poor mams are just trying to get out alive," added another.