Fifteen miners have been sacked for performing the Harlem Shake while working underground.
A YouTube video of eight workers performing the dance went viral, with seven others standing by.
It added the workers believed their only breach of the rules was removing their long sleeved shirts.
Another dismissed worker told the West Australian no one had been injured and the men had only been “having a bit of fun”.
A dismissal letter from Barminco said the workers were banned for life from working for the company and that it considered the stunt a breach of its “core values of safety, integrity and excellence.”
It’s the second time the viral dance craze has landed participants in hot water.
A Frontier Airlines spokesman insisted all safety measures were followed and the seatbelt sign was off when the video was filmed.