SB 10.67.6

āśramān ṛṣi-mukhyānāṁ
 kṛtvā bhagna-vanaspatīn
adūṣayac chakṛn-mūtrair
 agnīn vaitānikān khalaḥ
Synonyms: 
āśramān — the spiritual communities; ṛṣi — of sages; mukhyānām — exalted; kṛtva — making; bhagna — broken; vanaspatīn — whose trees; adūṣayat — he contaminated; śakṛt — with stool; mūtraiḥ — and urine; agnīn — the fires; vaitānikān — sacrificial; khalaḥ — wicked.
Translation: 
The wicked ape tore down the trees in the hermitages of exalted sages and contaminated their sacrificial fires with his feces and urine.