British and Irish Lions prop Kyle Sinckler issued an apology after he was arrested for a night out in New Zealand following the 15-15 draw against All Blacks in the third and final Test n Auckland.
The incident happened in Central Auckland and the 24-year-old was returned to his hotel in early morning on Sunday in a police car.
"A male was placed under arrest but was not charged after further inquiries established that the incident did not warrant prosecution," police said.
Later on Tuesday morning, Sinckler issued an apology for the misconduct.
"I apologise for putting myself and the Lions in this position and also to the police and anyone else affected," said the Harlequins prop.
Meanwhile, Lions manager John Spencer insisted that he had a word with Sinckler and reminded him of his responsibilities.
"We have been informed by Auckland police about an incident involving Kyle," said Spencer.
"I have spoken to Kyle and reminded him of his responsibilities as a Lion, which extend to his off the field behaviour.
"Kyle has apologised for any inconvenience caused and we are satisfied that he regrets this incident and that this is the end of the matter."
The three-match Test series between Lions and New Zealand came to a conclusion with a scoreline of 1-1 after the third and final Test at Eden Park ended in a 15-15 draw.