Saracens chief executive Edward Griffiths could join director of rugby Brendan Venter in incurring the wrath of the Rugby Football Union.
On Thursday the RFU published their judgement from the disciplinary hearing held on Tuesday at which they imposed a 14-week touchline ban on Venter. Venter was suspended until August 24 after being found guilty of making provocative or inappropriate gestures towards spectators during Saracens' victory over Leicester nearly two weeks ago.
It has since emerged a condition of the ban prevents the South African from entering Twickenham for the Guinness Premiership final against Leicester on Saturday week. Griffiths labelled the verdict of RFU disciplinary officer Judge Jeff Blackett "extraordinary" and railed against the conduct of the English game's governing body.
"I'm more bemused than furious, but nonetheless a little disturbed," he told BBC Radio Five Live on Thursday night.
"Jeff Blackett in his extraordinary judgement published today has stipulated that Brendan may not even attend Twickenham
"English rugby needs to be run like a modern professional sport and not like some rural prep school.
"We're dealing with a sport that has aspirations to be taken seriously around the world but we still have this attitude.
"The RFU rules like a landlord and expects everyone to behave like a serf, it's like something from the middle ages."
RFU chairman Martyn Thomas has taken a dim view of Griffiths' comments and will consult president John Owen over the possibility of taking action, saying: "I've referred the matter to the RFU president. He is the ultimate decision maker in that respect and he has the power to request a hearing.
"I'm shall be discussing it with him tomorrow and will also be meeting our chief executive Francis Baron. I personally, from what I've read and heard, am far from happy with his comments."