Driving back from Ramsgate on Saturday night at around 10:30pm, I watched a group of visibly under-age teenagers walking along the road carrying several boxes of lager as I passed by.
Who I wondered is selling them the booze and where are they getting the money from to buy it?
Then, this week, we hear that police have confiscated more than 45 cans and bottles from young people during an operation to crackdown on underage drinkers in part of Kent.
Kent Online reports that a team of five officers visited areas across Thanet that have been the subject of complaints about alcohol-fuelled anti-social behaviour.
They stopped 70 youngsters, the majority of whom were under the age of 18.
As well as seizing alcohol, the young people were warned about their behaviour and told that Thanet is a designated no alcohol zone.
The main areas covered in the operation were Victoria Gardens in Broadstairs, Ellington Park and Boundary Road Park in Ramsgate and the Albion car park area in Birchington.
PC Sue Luck said: "Underage drinking on so many occasions results in anti-social behaviour including criminal damage and violence.
"Excessive drinking will not be tolerated and those who sell alcohol to youngsters will face the consequences."
Ed: The police need to re-focus on Ramsgate from what I saw on Saturday.