A Bucks County chicken restaurant manager has been arrested and charged with groping and fondling teenage employees, police said.

Charged is Eduardo Tomasek, 50, of Bensalem, whose name already appears on Pennsylvania's Megan's List registry for sexual offenders, police said.

Officers from the Bensalem Police Special Victims Unit arrested Tomasek after he showed up for work Monday afternoon at the Popeye's restaurant at 2160 Street Road.

Police said Tomasek has been charged with indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors, corrupting the morals of minors and related offenses for allegedly fondling or groping three female employees, ages 15 and 16.

Tomasek, the subject of a two-month investigation, gave some of the victims gifts and money, police said.

Popeye's management has been cooperating with police during the investigation, the department said.

Tomasek, of the 2500 block of Knights Road, has been jailed in lieu of $250,000 bail.

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