Titus Vinius and Cornelius Laco, one the most worthless, the other the most spiritless of mankind, were ruining the weak old Emperor,
His Book I Chapter 5: Revolt of Nymphidius Sabinus

That officer's wife, urged by a perverse curiosity to view the camp, entered it by night in the disguise of a soldier, and after extending the insulting frolic to the watches and the general arrangements of the army, actually dared to commit the act of adultery in the head-quarters. Vinius was charged with having participated in her guilt, and by order of Gaius was loaded with irons
His Book I Chapter 48: Revolt of Otho. The victims

He subsequently incurred the degrading imputation of having pilfered a gold cup at the table of Claudius, who the next day directed that he alone should be served on earthenware.
His Book I Chapter 48: Revolt of Otho. The victims