The biggest bother for this week comes from the round five clash with the Waratahs, where on the full time siren, Tahs coach Michael Cheika smashed a glass door in the coaches box at Canberra Stadium.
White it was just one of many occurances of such an act in the history of rugby, this sort of behaviour is clearly immature and pathetic.
Of course fans, players, other coaching staff and anyone else associated with the game can understand a coaches frustration at a loss.
But anger management is something everyone should have. Any coach should know that physical contact is never a way to react in any situation.
So what's got this Fans United editor bothered this week is Cheika's pathetic behaviour.
What are your thoughts rugby fans? Is this an excusable act in any way?