SB 11.23.9

tasyaivaṁ yakṣa-vittasya
 cyutasyobhaya-lokataḥ
dharma-kāma-vihīnasya
 cukrudhuḥ pañca-bhāginaḥ
Synonyms: 
tasya — at him; evam — in this way; yakṣa-vittasya — who simply kept his wealth without spending it, like the Yakṣas, who guard the treasury of Kuvera; cyutasya — who was deprived; ubhaya — of both; lokataḥ — worlds (this life and the next); dharma — religiosity; kāma — and sense gratification; vihīnasya — lacking; cukrudhuḥ — they became angry; pañca-bhāginaḥ — the deities of the five prescribed household sacrifices.
Translation: 
In this way the presiding deities of the five family sacrifices became angry at the brāhmaṇa, who, being niggardly, guarded his wealth like a Yakṣa, who had no good destination either in this world or the next, and who was totally deprived of religiosity and sense enjoyment.