Scotland's Zander Fagerson was suspended for four games in Murrayfield's game against Wales on Saturday.
In the 64th minute of Saturday's game, the props' shoulders cleared their luck so that the opponent's shoulders were in contact with Wyn Jones' head, and they were fired after discussing with TMO.
Fagerson appeared in the Six Nations Disciplinary Team on Tuesday night to answer the allegations. He was suspended for four games, which means his game is over.
Fagerson accepted his foul, but did not accepted the request for a red card. A panel of experts composed of David Hurley (Ireland), Becky Essex (England), and Stefan Terblanche (South Africa) decided that the crime had been sentenced to a red card and the midpoint entered the suspension period for six weeks, a reduction of two weeks. A few weeks to consider mitigating factors, including his foul behavior, good discipline record, and repentance.
Fagerson's prohibition was one more crime similar to that of Peter O'Mahony in Ireland, and the Irish chose to admit all allegations against him.