A goalkeeper in the Swiss league has been fined for rousing fans and taunting opponents by shouting through a megaphone after a match.
Thun goalkeeper David da Costa has been ordered to pay 2,500 Swiss francs ($3,440; 2,420) by the Swiss league's disciplinary panel for "repeated profanity in public" after his side beat Grasshoppers on July 24.
One week earlier, Da Costa scaled a perimeter fence at Servette's stadium to address Thun fans with a megaphone after a season-opening victory.
The league says the 25-year-old goalkeeper's behavior was "denigrating the opponent" and "unsportsmanlike."
Da Costa escaped a suspension after he and Thun apologized, the league says.