In a village near Kāsī, a brahmin’s wicked wife received her lover when her husband was away. She prepared a meal for her lover and while he ate she stood at the door watching for her husband. The brahmin appearing before he was expected, the lover was bundled into the store-
The story was told to a monk who hankered after his wife. The Buddha related the story in order to show him that in a past birth this same wife had made him eat the leavings of her paramour. J.ii.167 ﬀ.