SB 10.67.12

tasya dhārṣṭyaṁ kaper vīkṣya
 taruṇyo jāti-cāpalāḥ
hāsya-priyā vijahasur
 baladeva-parigrahāḥ
Synonyms: 
tasya — of him; dhārṣṭyam — the impudence; kapeḥ — of the ape; vīkṣya — seeing; taruṇyaḥ — the young women; jāti — by nature; cāpalāḥ — not serious; hāsya-priyāḥ — fond of laughter; vijahasuḥ — laughed loudly; baladeva-parigrahāḥ — the consorts of Lord Baladeva.
Translation: 
When Lord Baladeva’s consorts saw the ape’s impudence, they began to laugh. They were, after all, young girls who were fond of joking and prone to silliness.