South African flanker Francois Louw has been hit with a three-week ban on Wednesday concerning an incident during Bath's European Champions Cup.
Louw was cited by the match citing commissioner for making contact with the eye area of Marco Fuser during the 77th minute of the match.
According to Rugby365, Fuser was later cleared on a charge of having bitten Louw.
A statement from European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) said: "The (independent disciplinary) committee found that the offence was at the low end of World Rugby's sanctions and selected four weeks as the appropriate entry point.
"There were no aggravating factors. However, as Louw did not have a clean disciplinary record, the committee decided to reduce the sanction by only one week before imposing a suspension of three weeks."
AFP adds that even though Louw will be fit to play again on November 6, both the player and the EPCR have the right to appeal the decision.