1. When he had accomplished that Mânatta, and while he was worthy to be rehabilitated, he committed an offence--the first Samghâdisesa offence--which he did not conceal.
He told the Bhikkhus [all that had happened from chapter 6 onwards down to this last offence]. They told, &c.
Let then the Samgha, O Bhikkhus, impose upon Udâyi the Bhikkhu a Mânatta of six days' duration, for that he when he had (&c., as in first paragraph down to) not conceal, throwing him back to the commencement (of his Mânatta).
'Now thus, O Bhikkhus, [here follows the kammavâkâ as before.]