He was examined by the Sangha in
connection with an offence he had committed. He first denied it, then confessed
it, then denied it again, and made counter-charges and spoke lies, knowing them
to be such. The Buddha requested the monks to carry out the
tassa-pāpiyyasikā-kamma against him (v.l. Upavāla). Vin.ii.85f; where the
details of procedure are also given.