Remy Ong has been summoned by the Singapore Bowling Federation (SBF) to a meeting after he allegedly killed a stray dog in a hit-and-run accident.
The Straits Times said the 33-year-old national bowler has not given an account of what happened to SBF as he had left to compete in Dubai and Doha after the accident happened on Feb 19.
A SBF spokesperson said the federation will be calling him in for an official account of what happened although it wasn't a bowling issue.
The federation needed to know what is going on as Ong is a member of their team and also a public face, the spokesperson said.
The meeting will take place soonest.
The spokesperson did not say whether the meeting would lead to any disciplinary action taken against Ong, who is also a coach on SBF's panel of national coaches, The Straits Times reported.
The bowler told the English daily that he had not been notified of any such meeting and that he is waiting for the police to get back to him on the case as it is still under investigation.
Ong's black Porsche Boxster allegedly hit a stray dog outside the National Service Resort and Country Club while he was exiting the club.
He allegedly drove off after the accident.
In his defense, Ong said he did not know he had hit the dog and that he thought the dog's tail had only brushed against his car as he heard a slight sound.
A cyclist who found the dog as it lay on the road identified Ong. The cyclist also posted pictures of the dog and Ong's dislodged licence plate on social networking site Facebook.
The post eventually went viral.
Ong later returned to the scene and waited until help arrived for the dog.
Investigations into the case are ongoing.
Under the Road Traffic Act, anyone involved in a hit-and-run accident can be fined up to $3,000 or jailed up to a year.
This is applicable even if the victim is an animal.