SB 10.67.7

puruṣān yoṣito dṛptaḥ
 kṣmābhṛd-dronī-guhāsu saḥ
nikṣipya cāpyadhāc chailaiḥ
 peśaṣkārīva kīṭakam
Synonyms: 
puruṣān — men; yoṣitaḥ — and women; dṛptaḥ — audacious; kṣmā-bhṛt — of a mountain; droṇī — within a valley; guhāsu — inside caves; saḥ — he; nikṣipya — casting; ca — and; apyadhāt — sealed; śailaiḥ — with large stones; peśaṣkārī — a wasp; iva — as; kīṭakam — a small insect.
Translation: 
Just as a wasp imprisons smaller insects, he arrogantly threw both men and women into caves in a mountain valley and sealed the caves shut with boulders.