Protests by prominent activist Leung Kwok-hung in the chamber were trivial and should not prompt a security review, the Legco House Committee heard yesterday. Non-affiliated Philip Wong Yu-hong raised concerns with the committee about protests in the Legco chamber after Leung, known as 'Long Hair', disrupted Tung Chee-hwa's question-and-answer session on the Policy Address. Leung and his colleague, Koo Sze-yiu, members of the April 5th Action Group, were removed by security staff and arrested by police for contempt. Mr Wong told the committee it was inappropriate to launch protests in the 'solemn' chamber. But Democrat Albert Chan Wai-yip said imposing more restrictions would affect the openness of Legco. 'These protests were just trivial matters. [The protesters] are not throwing shoes, eggs or fighting in the chamber,' Mr Chan said. Fellow Democrat Yeung Sum said: 'There are legal regulations in this area. Legco's image would be affected if rules were further tightened or restrictions placed on what kind of people could be allowed to enter the building.' House Committee chairwoman Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee said the Legco Commission would consider whether there was a need to review the issue, which had come up before. Leung has protested at five similar Legco question times since the handover and has been jailed twice. On Thursday he was released on police bail of $1,000 and told to report back to police on November 11.