SB 9.23.35-36

jyāmaghas tv aprajo ’py anyāṁ
 bhāryāṁ śaibyā-patir bhayāt
nāvindac chatru-bhavanād
 bhojyāṁ kanyām ahāraṣīt
ratha-sthāṁ tāṁ nirīkṣyāha
 śaibyā patim amarṣitā
keyaṁ kuhaka mat-sthānaṁ
 ratham āropiteti vai
snuṣā tavety abhihite
 smayantī patim abravīt
Synonyms: 
jyāmaghaḥ — King Jyāmagha; tu — indeed; aprajaḥ api — although issueless; anyām — another; bhāryām — wife; śaibyā-patiḥ — because he was the husband of Śaibyā; bhayāt — out of fear; na avindat — did not accept; śatru-bhavanāt — from the enemy’s camp; bhojyām — a prostitute used for sense gratification; kanyām — girl; ahāraṣīt — brought; ratha-sthām — who was seated on the chariot; tām — her; nirīkṣya — seeing; āha — said; śaibyā — Śaibyā, the wife of Jyāmagha; patim — unto her husband; amarṣitā — being very angry; iyam — who is this; kuhaka — you cheater; mat-sthānam — my place; ratham — on the chariot; āropitā — has been allowed to sit; iti — thus; vai — indeed; snuṣā — daughter-in-law; tava — your; iti — thus; abhihite — being informed; smayantī — smilingly; patim — unto her husband; abravīt — said.
Translation: 
Jyāmagha had no sons, but because he was fearful of his wife, Śaibyā, he could not accept another wife. Jyāmagha once took from the house of some royal enemy a girl who was a prostitute, but upon seeing her Śaibyā was very angry and said to her husband, “My husband, you cheater, who is this girl sitting upon my seat on the chariot?” Jyāmagha then replied, “This girl will be your daughter-in-law.” Upon hearing these joking words, Śaibyā smilingly replied.