About time this happened, let's hope they actually ban him; he really is a total dick, and a ban will focus his mind much more sharply fining him his match fee. Fines are useless when it's a guy who already earns a comfortable 6-figure sum a year. As useful as he is with the ball, he acts like a complete bell-end far too often when things don't go his way, and then he resembles nothing more than a spoilt five-year-old kid.
Even though a ban would mean his absence from the Oval Test, which I shall be attending, I still think it's best to actually ban him. A suspended sentence, which the match referees hand out far too often, isn't really enough either; he actually has to miss a game to realise that his behaviour falls far below the standard expected far too often. We don't want cricket to become like football, thanks — I've already been turned off watching football by boredom and the lack of respect for others exhibited by the so-called star players, and I don't want to end up feeling the same way about cricket.