Neil Swarbrick, head of the Premier League's VAR department, was spotted discussing a decision with Stuart Atwell at half time in Leicester's clash against Wolves, suggesting a wrong decision had been made.
The man in charge of VAR for the King Power stadium clash was called on twice in the first half concerning penalty decisions.
Both of them led to spot-kicks, with Jamie Vardy scoring the first before his second attempt was saved by Rui Patricio.
The first one sparked a debate at half time, with on-pitch referee Anthony Taylor appearing to look at slowed-down footage of the ball hitting Max Kilman's arm from a Dennis Praet cross.
And footage from Sky Sports shows that Swarbrick appeared to be unhappy with the decision.
Showing live images at half time, the head of the VAR department was seen debating the incident with Atwell.
He moves his arm to replicate Kilman's movement, suggesting that his momentum could not prevent a handball.
It saw Premier League viewers lay into the process once again, calling for it to be scrapped.
"Brilliant - bloke in charge of Brilliant bloke in charge of VAR shown explaining to Atwell that he has got it wrong again," one said.
"Got to scrap this nonsense."
Another commented: "VAR isn't adding but subtracting value."
While a third held nothing back, with: "It gives me absolutely zero satisfaction to see live footage of Neil Swarbrick telling him in the VAR room he’s got it wrong.
"F***ing joke. VAR f***ing us against Leicester as usual."
And a fourth added: "It's almost every game this week."
With a fifth simply writing: "F*** VAR."