South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada has once again found himself on the wrong side of ICC’s Code of Conduct.

The 22-year-old was on Sunday charged with a level 1 offence for a send-off he gave to Australia batsman David Warner during day three of the Port Elizabeth Test.

The latest misdemeanour comes just days after the pacer was charged with a level 2 offence for shouldering Australia skipper Steve Smith.

Rabada shouted in celebration and approached Smith aggressively after winning a leg before wicket decision against him and the shoulders of the players made contact during the second Test.

Incidentally, ICC Match Referee Jeff Crowe had conducted the hearing with Rabada after the day three in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

The latest misdemeanour is the third incident of a bad-tempered series after Australia’s vice-captain David Warner was fined 75 percent of his match fee for an altercation in a stairwell with the home side’s wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock.

Rabada was suspended for a Test match against England last year.