Arsenal's Moroccan forward Marouane Chamakh was photographed in a London bar smoking a shisha pipe after the Gunners' 1-2 defeat against QPR, according to the Daily Mail.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who was already unhappy with Chamakh's performances on the field, is reportedly furious; not only was the player smoking the shisha but he was with national teammate Adel Taarabt, who happened to score one of QPR's goals on the day.
While the act of smoking shisha is not illegal in England, the Arsenal administration and Wenger are known for their strict stands on player discipline.
This could signal the end of Chamakh's Arsenal career after being repeatedly linked with a move away from the Emirates. The striker has managed only one goal from 17 appearances in all competitions this season.
The 28-year-old, who arrived at Arsenal in the 2010 summer transfer window, has been reportedly monitored by PSG, Fiorentina and his former club Bordeaux, as Wenger plans a mass clear-out of fringe players.
Meanwhle, Taarabt also could find himself in trouble as QPR manager Mark Hughes has sent out a warning and asked the midfielder to show more maturity as a Premier League player.