Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 48: Verses 1-11
The Lord pays a visit to Kubja (the hunchbacked woman) and Akrura at their respective places
Sri Suka began again : Perceiving what was in the mind of Trivakra (the erstwhile maid-servant of Kamsa), smitten (as she was) with (pangs of) love (for Sri Krsna), and seeking her gratification, the all-seeing Lord, the Soul of the universe, then called at her house, (which was) equipped with costly articles of household use and supplemented by devices stimulating passion (such as erotic pictures), nay, embellished with strings of pearls and flags, canopies, beds and seats as well as with fragrant incenses, lights, wreaths and perfumes. Seized with a flurry, as a matter of fact, to perceive Him coming to her house, she stood up at once from her seat and, meeting Him with due ceremony alongwith her female companions, honoured Sri Krsna (the unfailing Lord) by offering Him a good seat and other articles of worship. Duly honoured by her in a like manner, Uddhava squatted on the floor touching the seat (offered by her) with his head. Following the practices of the worldly-minded, Sri Krsna, for His part, quickly settled down on the costly bed (already placed there). Duly preparing herself with a bath, pigments, fine linen, jewellery, garlands, perfumes, betel-leaves chewed with catechu, lime and areca-nut parings etc., nectar-like beverage and so on, she approached Sri Krsna (a scion of Madhu) with shy looks accompanied by sportful smiles and amorous gestures. Calling (to His side) the lovely damsel, timid (as she was) through bashfulness occasioned by her (very) first meeting (with a lover), and seizing her by the hand, adorned with a bracelet, the Lord set her on the bed and dallied with the charming girl, her only merit (entitling her to this rare privilege and honour) being that she had (willingly) offered (to Him) sandal-paste (which was meant for Karhsa, her master; who had a special liking for it).