NORTH Melbourne forward Taylor Garner has been stood down from AFL selection for a further three games after his alleged altercation at a Sydney nightspot that left another man with a broken nose.

Furthermore, he will donate $5000 to charity and will take part in full-time work outside the club for a month.

During his ban, Garner will play and train with the VFL team.

Garner accepted the punishments, which were decided by interim coach Rhyce Shaw and the Roos' leadership group.

The 25-year-old had been banned from taking to the field in North's win over Collingwood at the weekend.

He has been ruled out of clashes against St Kilda (Blundstone Arena), Essendon (Marvel Stadium) and Brisbane (Gabba).

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At 6-8, the Kangaroos remain in contention for finals.

New South Wales police are still investigating the incident, which is alleged to have happened on the night of Saturday, June 22.

Since being drafted at No.15 in 2012, Garner has lined up in 38 matches in a career plagued by constant injury battles.