The uncapped Schonert was involved in the recent England training camp in Portugal but was left out of the match squad for the 12-11 home victory over South Africa.
A retrospective citing could yet follow in the next 24 hours, potentially jeopardising Farrell's place in next Saturday's Test with world champions New Zealand.
"You can get cited for something you did at a party when you were 15, anything could happen", the former Wallabies coach added.
"I've got no idea what can happen", the Australian added.
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Asked what his reaction was to that call, Beale said there simply needed to be more consistency in that space. "As he bounced off Esterhuizen, Farrell tried to dislodge the ball; he was not trying to wrap his arm". We lost a few games but we played tough today and we won.
"I think everyone's been looking forward to the game".
"As soon as anyone goes to the big screen you are [nervous]", Farrell told reporters. Because you guys (the media) want to sack me, is that why? If I stay long enough, you're going to get me sacked.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus is showing his team they should "tackle".
New Zealand then started this year with a 3-0 series sweep of France, scoring eight in the first Test in Auckland and seven in the last in Dunedin, and, despite a wobbly showing in Wellington in between, they still managed to cross on four occasions in that one.
All Australia's Super Rugby teams all have reasonably regular visits from referees but that is rarer when it comes to Test teams.