Australian bowler Josh Hazlewood's behaviour has turned septic before lunch on the fourth day of the second test against New Zealand.
The visitors were unable to take a wicket in the morning session as Kane Williamson (89) and Corey Anderson (35) added 76 runs to extend New Zealand's innings to 197 for four, a lead of 62. Their fifth wicket partnership is worth 92.
Right-armer Hazlewood, bowling around the wicket to Williamson, struck the No.3 on the toe and appealed for lbw in the final over before lunch.
He appealed and umpire Ranmore Martinesz gave it not out. Australia had used up their final decision review, after earlier wasting one when Williamson edged onto his pad.
When the original decision was upheld due to doubt whether Williamson had edged it onto his toe, Hazlewood advanced towards Martinesz and exclaimed: "Who the f*** is third umpire?"
For the record it is Richard Illingworth.
Regardless, an appointment with match referee Chris Broad will no doubt await after irrefutable audio evidence of dissent.
Hazlewood due a big fine - whatever happens the umpires decision has to be adhered to and not questioned in such a manner #NZvAUS— Andy D (@andy_d_74) February 22, 2016
Wow. The Australians really lost their shit there. Steve Smith needs to remember he has a role as captain and it's not that. #NZvAUS— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) February 22, 2016
He's still going on about it. Great batsman, but Steve Smith needs an attitude check #NZvAUS— Guy Heveldt (@GuyHeveldt) February 22, 2016
Couple of yellow cards could have been shown there...— Iain O'Brien (@iainobrien) February 22, 2016