England and Harlequins are the sponsors. The Rugby Football Union has charged Joe Marler for comments he made to Bristol flanker Jake Heenan.
Marler, 32, will face a disciplinary hearing on Friday after being cited for unsportsmanlike conduct.
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The incident occurred during Quins’ 15-12 Premiership loss on Tuesday.
“I love Joe Marler, but something was said and there was a reaction from Jake I have never seen before,” Bristol rugby director coach Pat Lam said.
“We are all custodians of the game – players, coaches – and one thing we all value and we all work hard to keep is the right values and spirit.”
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After the game at Twickenham Stoop, Marler apologized to Heenan on Twitter.
Marler was banned for two weeks and fined £20,000 in 2016 for insulting Wales prop Samson Lee, and in 2020 he was suspended for grabbing Wales lock Alun Wyn Jones’ genitals during a Six Nations game.