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He was found guilty of "behaviour contrary to the true spirit of the game" by the Rugby Football League's disciplinary panel on Tuesday, but avoided a ban.
Instead, the 26-year-old was fined STG300 ($A640), and will be clear to play in Sunday's Challenge Cup fourth-round tie at Workington.
Earlier this month, Storm forward Adam Blair became the first player in the NRL to be charged with a "chicken wing" tackle. He also avoided a ban after taking the early plea.