SB 11.27.54

yaḥ sva-dattāṁ parair dattāṁ
 hareta sura-viprayoḥ
vṛttiṁ sa jāyate viḍ-bhug
 varṣāṇām ayutāyutam
Synonyms: 
yaḥ — who; sva-dattām — given previously by himself; paraiḥ — by others; dattām — given; hareta — takes away; sura-viprayoḥ — belonging to the demigods or brāhmaṇas; vṛttim — property; saḥ — he; jāyate — takes birth; viṭ-bhuk — as a stool-eating worm; varṣāṇām — for years; ayuta — ten thousand; ayutam — times ten thousand.
Translation: 
Anyone who steals the property of the demigods or the brāhmaṇas, whether originally given to them by himself or someone else, must live as a worm in stool for one hundred million years.