Rule 7.2(d)(3) of the Official Guide
Disruptive Conduct by Players, Team Officials
or Supporters (not causing the Premature
Termination of a Game).
Penalties shall be at the discretion of the Council
or Committee-in-Charge, subject to a Penalty
being of a form provided for in Rules 7.1, 7.2 or
7.4 to 7.9 inclusive.
Which basically means they can suspend him for as long or as short a time as they want.
I actually think this is a very big deal. A precedent will be set here if something is not done. Whatever he gets becomes the standard all across the Association. And there's some suggestion that in the post match interview he admitted to knowing exactly what he was doing i.e. it was not spur of the moment.
Big freakin' spotlight on the CCCC now.