CC Antya 18.68

jāliyā kahe, — “prabhure dekhyāchoṅ bāra-bāra
teṅho nahena, ei ati-vikṛta ākāra”
Word for word: 
jāliyā kahe — the fisherman said; prabhure — Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; dekhyāchoṅ — I have seen; bāra-bāra — many times; teṅho — He; nahena — it is not; ei — this; ati-vikṛta — very much deformed; ākāra — body.
Translation: 
The fisherman replied, “I have seen the Lord many times, but this is not He. This body is very much deformed.”