The QPR striker felt Perez's booking against Tottenham was harsh.
It was the first defeat for Spurs in the Premier League since the opening day of the season and it came in dramatic fashion with a late strike from the Spanish striker.
Earlier in the game he had come close to scoring already.
He was tackled by Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen six yards out from goal in a 50-50 challenge which might have ended in a goal.
Bizarrely it was an incident which saw him booked by the referee, perhaps due to the amateur dramatics of Tottenham's Belgian defender.
It was a decision which had QPR striker Charlie Austin completely baffled.
He had to go for that was 6 yards out makes connection with the ball it's a goal— Charlie Austin (@chazaustin9) December 13, 2015
Of course Austin, a master of the art of six-yard action, has in fact been linked with Newcastle United on more than one occasion recently - with the Chronicle Live reporting the interest as recently as two weeks ago.
Newcastle fans will be hoping to see Austin going in for efforts like this in their colours in the future.