SB 9.18.9

vīkṣya vrajantaṁ giriśaṁ
 saha devyā vṛṣa-sthitam
sahasottīrya vāsāṁsi
 paryadhur vrīḍitāḥ striyaḥ
Word for word: 
vīkṣya — seeing; vrajantam — passing by; giriśam — Lord Śiva; saha — with; devyā — Pārvatī, the wife of Lord Śiva; vṛṣa-sthitam — seated upon his bull; sahasā — quickly; uttīrya — getting out of the water; vāsāṁsi — garments; paryadhuḥ — put on the body; vrīḍitāḥ — being ashamed; striyaḥ — the young girls.
Translation: 
While sporting in the water, the girls suddenly saw Lord Śiva passing by, seated on the back of his bull with his wife, Pārvatī. Ashamed because they were naked, the girls quickly got out of the water and covered themselves with their garments.