Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn has said he feared for his safety after his side's dramatic late 2-1 victory at nine-man Wolves on Saturday.
Mostyn said he "had a lot of abuse" from home supporters after the game.
"It was very intimidating," he told BBC Radio Solent.
"I managed to get into a car that their chief executive Jez Moxey provided for me because I had a lot of abuse myself after the game."
Mostyn said the car had not been pre-arranged but it was felt that it was not safe for him to make his own way to the station following the game.
"I was pretty high profile with my Bournemouth coat on and the boys thought it was ill advised for me to set foot outside," he said.
"As [manager] Eddie Howe said to me, it's incredible how football changes people's personalities."
The first of the two game-changing red cards came when Jones sent off Rajiv van La Parra following a collision with Bournemouth defender Steve Cook.
Wolves were 1-0 up at the time, but they then surrendered their lead playing with 10 men, before home defender Matt Doherty was also given a straight red card late in the game following his challenge on Brett Pitman.
"It was the first time I'd experienced that abuse," added Mostyn. "The referee made a couple of decisions, I didn't make them - as I pointed out to the executive members of Wolves supporters.
"Personally, I thought they were both red cards - the second one was a terrible challenge.
"I must admit I was very pleased to get on the train, there must have been a few hundred Bournemouth fans on there and I felt very safe in their company."