The presence of the Williams' masks are made all the worse considering Candice and Warners' two children are believed to be in attendance at the Test match.
The second Test between Australia and South Africa at Port Elizabeth has reached a new low off the pitch with Proteas' fans allowed into the venue wearing Sonny Bill Williams' masks in an attempt to aggravate David Warner.
That was reportedly sparked by a "disgusting" comment from de Kock about Candice Warner.
The Warners have been together since 2013, welcoming their first daughter Ivy Mae in 2014, getting married in 2015 and having second daughter Indi Rae, now aged two.
It has been reported that the South African batsmen were none too pleased about the amount of strapping Warner had on his left hand, particularly his thumb and index finger.
The strapping itself was the subject of intense speculation on Sunday, with the star opener accused of cheating.
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Quinton de Kock's retort to Warner's sledging was to mention Williams and his brief relationship with Warner's wife, at which Warner became angry and violent.
David Warner's tumultuous tour of South Africa has gotten more dramatic, with the South Africans accusing him of cheating according to The Australian. Incensed by disparaging remarks made by de Kock about his wife Candice, the vice-captain had to be held back by teammates on his way up the stairwell to the team dressing room.
With relations between the teams already severely strained, two South African cricket officials have been photographed smiling with fans who were wearing masks created to taunt Australia vice-captain David Warner. However, CSA has now released a statement over the matter clearing that they want to distance themselves from the officials.
Don't get me wrong, there is a tinge of poor form from the South African fans makingmasks of SBW to taunt Warner, but it would be little different to how Australian fans welcome visiting teams.
Despite the distractions, Warner has been Australia's top run-scorer in the series so far, with 142 runs at an average of 47.33.