Lood De Jager could be in hot water after flying into a ruck against New Zealand yesterday.
The Springboks suffered a record home defeat to their great rivals, as the World Cup champions ran riot in the second half to win 57-15.
But things could go from bad to worse for South Africa, after lock Lood De Jager flew into a ruck off his feet and led with the shoulder. He made contact with Wyatt Crockett, who was thankfully unharmed after the challenge.
The second row received a yellow card, but it might not end there.
According to Stuff.co.nz, the citing commissioner has deemed that it was a challenge worthy of a red card.
De Jager is alleged to be in breach of Law 10.4, which states that a player must not charge into a ruck or maul, without the use of arms or grasping a player.
The citing is to be considered in the first instance by Sanzaar duty judicial officer Adam Casselden.
All Sanzaar disciplinary matters are in the first instance referred to a duty judicial officer hearing to provide the option of expediting the judicial process.
The Springboks have a busy schedule over the coming weeks, facing the Barbarians, England, Italy and Wales.