David Warner © Getty Images
David Warner © Getty Images

David Warner’s ongoing South Africa tour is turning into a nightmare. After his scuffle with Quentin de Kock on Day four of first Test, it is now being reported that Warner has been reported for ball tempering. According to a report published in heraldsun.com.au, South African players on Day 2 reported to the umpires about Warner allegedly tampering with the ball. They in specifically mentioned about his heavily tapped left hand.  It must be remember, that Warner was fined 15 per cent of his match fee for accusing AB de Villiers tampering with the ball at the very same venue in 2014.

Warner earned 3 demerit points and was fined 75 per cent of his match fee after he decided not to contest the Level Two charges against him by ICC. The Australian vice-captain was guilty of “conduct that brings the game into disrepute” after CCTV footage showed him apparently turning on Quinton de Kock as the players walked up a staircase during the tea break of the Day 4 at Durban.

Warner was revealed to have called de Kock a “f***ing sook.”