Hibernian have accepted a two-match ban offered to Leigh Griffiths by the Scottish Football Association.
The striker was issued with a notice of complaint by the SFA's compliance officer on Tuesday after television footage appeared to show him making a one-fingered gesture during his side's 3-2 defeat to St Johnstone at the weekend.
He has recently had sanctions imposed after being found guilty of making an offensive gesture in an SPL game against Rangers in November, as well as during the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round tie against Cowdenbeath.
Griffiths will now miss the Edinburgh club's next two matches.
A statement on the club's website read: "Hibernian FC confirmed today it would not be appealing the Notice of Complaint issued by the Scottish FA Compliance Officer against Leigh Griffiths and would accept the two match suspension offered.
"Griffiths will now miss Hibernian's SPL matches against Rangers and Aberdeen and he will also miss the William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Kilmarnock after being suspended for a separate incident in that competition."
Griffiths apologised for his behaviour via the club's HibernianTV channel, which was also shown on YouTube.
He said: "I do want to issue an apology. It was just out of sheer frustration, with the game going the way it was and the fans getting on your back, even though I felt, myself, I was having a really good game.
"It was a really silly thing to do and that's me been done three times now. You'd think I would have learned after the first two times but I've done it again. It's out of sheer stupidity that I've done it and I can tell you now that it won't happen again."
Meanwhile, Motherwell have rejected a one-match ban offered to Michael Higdon for an alleged gesture made during their 1-1 draw against Dundee United. His case will be referred to a fast track tribunal on Thursday.