The 20-year-old from Central Province was a cashier in a Chinese shop at China Town East Boroko.
The girl laid her complaint at Boroko Police and the two men were arrested, charged and locked up.
They were refused bail and will appear in court soon for hearing.
Metropolitan Superintendent Ben Turi stressed that if you’re a women, you should have your dignity intact and protected.
He said women should not be harassed in their workplace and urges young women that if at any point in time someone tells you to do something without their consent, they should report straight to the police station and not just keep quiet about it.
“This is a criminal offence and girls shouldn’t make themselves look cheap.”