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Brian Lake won't be fined or banned by Hawthorn despite his boozy night out which ended up with him spending four hours in the cells and copping a police penalty notice.

The Hawks slammed Lake's behaviour as "unprofessional" after he and his wife Sharron were arrested in Sorrento, Victoria, on Saturday night.

Brian Lake. Pic: Getty Images

The pair spent time in custody and each received a $563 infringement notice.

The AFL website says Lake will work on a plan to help victims of the Tasmanian bushfires and take part in a Hawthorn community program.

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