Carlton player Mitch Robinson has spoken with Club officials this morning following his involvement in an incident at a music festival on Saturday.
Robinson became involved in an altercation with a friend during the Big Day Out music festival after initially taking steps to prevent his friend's anti-social behaviour.
Immediately following the altercation Robinson left the festival of his own accord and contacted Club Officials.
Carlton General Manager of Football Operations Andrew McKay said Robinson should not have put himself in a position to be involved in such an incident.
"This type of behaviour, no matter what the circumstance, is not acceptable or in line with Club policy,” McKay said.
“Mitch is extremely remorseful and has accepted the Club's sanction.”
Robinson will complete two months of community service with the Salvation Army, working with the homeless and under-privileged in Melbourne’s CBD.
Additionally, Robinson will make a $1,000 donation to the Salvation Army.
The Club will make no further comment.