New Zealand scrum-half Aaron Smith has been suspended for one Test after admitting he joined a female friend in a public toilet last month. Fake Saints Jerseys . The World Cup winner has flown home from the All Blacks trip to South Africa with coach Steve Hansen saying the 27-year-old was bitterly disappointed with his actions.The incident occurred at Christchurch Airport the day after the All Blacks beat South Africa on September 17, with reports in New Zealand suggesting a complaint had been made by a family waiting to use the toilet. Hansen said the All Blacks had become aware of the incident after their arrival in South Africa this week and that the sanction had been imposed by senior players in the squad because it was not of All Blacks standard.A series of tweets on the All Blacks Twitter account read: Halfback Aaron Smith has been suspended for one Test after breaching team standards regarding behaviour, Steve Hansen says.Hansen says Smith was seen by entering a toilet cubicle with a female friend at Chch Airport the day after the Chch Test. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ?￡6.99. No contract. Hansen says Smith accepted his behaviour was not of All Blacks standard. Team leaders decided on punishment.Hansen said as a result Smith was not considered for selection for this weekends Durban Test.Hansen said Smith had asked to return home and team management had supported that.New Zealand have already wrapped up the Rugby Championship title ahead of their final match of the tournament against South Africa on Saturday, which is live on Sky Sports 3 HD from 3.30pm. You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Naholo starts against Springboks Rugby on Sky Follow @SkySportsRugby Pundits Stitched Saints Jerseys . -- Jerome Williams glanced at Philadelphias schedule and realized he would be facing the Oakland Athletics yet again, with another new team. Cheap Saints Jerseys OTTAWA - Road cyclist Sebastien Salas has been suspended for two years for an anti-doping rule violation, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport announced Monday. The violation -- tampering with doping control -- occurred during in-competition testing July 10, 2013. The CCES said Salas, a Vancouver resident, admitted to the violation, waived his right to a hearing and accepted the sanction. "It is unfortunate to learn that an athlete in our sport has been seen to have competed outside the rules of the Canadian Anti-dopingg Program," Cycling Canada president John Tolkamp said in a statement. Saints Jerseys 2020 . . "The fact that the rigorous testing regime of the national body with the collaboration of the CCES identified the problem should serve as a reminder to any that would cheat that they will be caught and sanctioned appropriately. "We will continue to enhance our efforts to educate around doping in our sport so that all athletes are able to compete on a fair and equal basis." The suspension will end Aug. 1, 2015. ' ' '