If a player intentionally damages a chess set (e.g. breaks a piece in two, cracks the board, etc.), is there a specific penalty under FIDE rules? I'm not talking about moving pieces around surreptitiously or attempting to obscure the current game state, but something like a player getting angry and, while lawfully moving their knight, they bite it with their teeth, drool on it, or crack it with their hands before putting it back down.
It seems like it might fall under Rule 11.1, which provides
11.1 The players shall take no action that will bring the game of chess into disrepute.
According to 11.6, such a violation "shall lead to penalties in accordance with Article 12.9."
Would such an act fall under this general rule of sportsmanship, or is there a specific penalty (or specifically no penalty at all) for this?