From John Lyly's A Most Excellent Comedie of Alexander, Campaspe, and Diogenes:
Diogenes: Ye wicked and bewitched Athenians, whose bodies make the earth to groan and whose breaths infect the air with stench, come ye to see Diogenes fly? Diogenes cometh to see you sink. Ye call me dog; so I am, for I long to gnaw the bones in your skins. Ye term me a hater of men; no, I am a hater of your manners. Your lives dissolute, not fearing death, will prove your deaths desperate, not hoping for life.