CC Antya 8.74

khāoyāñā punaḥ tāre karaye nindana
‘eta anna khāo, — tomāra kata āche dhana?
Word for word: 
khāoyāñā — after feeding; punaḥ — again; tāre — him; karaye nindana — criticizes; eta — so much; anna — food; khāo — you eat; tomāra — your; kata — how much; āche — is there; dhana — wealth.
Translation: 
“In this way he induces one to eat more than necessary, and then he directly criticizes him, saying, ‘You eat so much. How much money do you have in your treasury?