Coleraine striker Eoin Bradley has received a six-match ban for urinating on the Windsor Park pitch during a match against Ballymena United in July.
The club will not be appealing the suspension which was handed down by the Irish Football Association for misconduct.
The former Derry Gaelic footballer was seen discreetly relieving himself before extra time in the Irish Cup semi-final. It's believed he asked to go to the toilet, but that request was refused.
Bradley scored a free kick in the game which Coleraine lost on penalties.
The incident fell foul of Article 17 of the IFA's rulebook in terms of bringing the game into disrepute.
Bradley stopped playing for Derry in 2015 after winning two National League titles with the Oak Leaf County.
The 36-year-old recently signed a new two year deal with the Bannsiders.