After nearly eight hours, the verdict is finally in following Sean O'Brien's citing hearing.
O'Brien will miss the World Cup quarter-final against Argentina on Sunday but will be available should Ireland progress any further in the tournament.
Here's the important bit from the World Rugby statement.
With respect to the sanction, the Judicial Officer deemed the act of foul play merited a low-end entry point of two weeks. The Judicial Officer considered that there were no aggravating factors. The Judicial Officer took into account compelling mitigating factors including O'Brien's conduct prior to and at the hearing, his remorse, good character and clean disciplinary record, and reduced the suspension to a period of one week.
The back row has 48 hours to appeal the decision, but there's zero chance he takes that option.
It was the moment that we all feared would signal the end of Sean O'Brien's World Cup campaign. His performance against France was phenomenal but when footage of that punch started to do the rounds, Irish fans began to worry.
As was expected, O'Brien was cited for the incident and he learned his fate at a disciplinary hearing in London at a hearing which began at 1pm.
Just in case you haven't seen it enough, here's the incident once more.