SFA president George Peat appeared to question Scotland boss George Burley's judgment over the Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor incident. Peat argued both players should have been sent home following their behaviour at Cameron House Hotel.
"When I heard the reasoning behind them not being sent home I thought 'okay, fair enough, let's just concentrate on Wednesday's game'.
"But when I saw what happened on the bench during the Iceland game, it strengthened my opinion that more needed to be done.
"The pictures from during the game on Wednesday were flashed around the world and they painted Scottish football in a very poor light."
Peat has demanded a report into the events in time for Thursday's SFA board meeting, where the controversy will be discussed.
Fresh reports today claimed that another player went to bed 20 minutes before the pair on Sunday lunchtime.
However, Burley said: "People are pulling things out of the air, clutching at straws. I was aware of two, that was it. End of story."