CC Antya 8.51

sahajei pipīlikā sarvatra beḍāya
tāhāte tarka uṭhāñā doṣa lāgāya
Word for word: 
sahajei — generally; pipīlikā — ants; sarvatra — everywhere; beḍāya — loiter; tāhāte — by that; tarka uṭhāñā — raising a controversy; doṣa lāgāya — find faults.
Translation: 
Ants generally crawl about here, there and everywhere, but Rāmacandra Purī, imagining faults, criticized Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu by alleging that there had been sweetmeats in His room.