It is not acceptable at all. Those civility titles imply respect, distance and always a minimum of formality ; the use of the second person singular, which reflects always a certain degree of familiarity with which the two persons treat one another, is incompatible with the terms of address "madame", "mademoiselle" and "monsieur".
However, the unaware person
can safely err and use the second person singular as well as one of those terms; there is nothing rude implied, no insult; people usually understand that the person given to such usage has not yet become conscious of this convention. The failure to abide to this principle is characteristic only of people of origin other than French.