Four Filipino male performers have been dismissed from Hong Kong Disneyland for allegedly taking part in sexually explicit acts. Last month's incident, which happened in front of other staff, was filmed by a co-worker who anonymously passed it on to Disney. The theme park said yesterday the four had committed 'a serious breach of company policy'. 'The cast members dismissed were involved in acts of a sexually indecent nature that were offensive to, or at least disturbing for, other employees,' vice-president of public affairs Lo Bing-chung said. 'We believe that any reasonable employer in Hong Kong would have acted the way we did.' Hong Kong Disneyland defines sexual harassment as 'conduct that creates a hostile working environment and which unreasonably interferes with the ability of employees to perform their job'. Park policy also bans the shooting of photos or video in changing rooms. A spokesman said the dismissals complied with Disney policy and the city's Employment Ordinance. The four, lead performers in the daily parade, allegedly engaged in sexually explicit acts in the changing room after the parade. Three have returned to the Philippines and one is taking legal action.