A longtime school bus driver could be fired after several members of a cheerleading squad in Lynnfield, Mass., said he offered them $40 to lift up their shirts.
Driver Bill Diamond, 56, was suspended without pay after the allegations surfaced, MyFOXBoston.com reported. Diamond has been at the job for 23 years.
"This clearly goes well beyond any bounds of acceptable behavior," said town administrator William Gustus.
Police said Diamond approached the girls with his request after a cheerleading competition in Lowell. The high school students found another ride home and went to authorities, who in turn questioned the bus driver, according to MyFOXBoston.com.
The driver allegedly didn't deny that the accusations were true.
Diamond has no record and was described by co-workers and his supervisor as a quiet man who keeps to himself.
He faces termination for the alleged incident.