Dragons Den fans in hysterics as entrepreneurs pitch erotic vegan handbag brand

Dragons' Den fans were left in stitches after two entrepreneurs pitched a stylish vegan bag company with a naughty secret hidden inside.

During the latest instalment of the popular BBC One business show, business owners Rebecca Joy and Natalie Dianna stepped into the den to ask for an investment of £50,000 for a 10% share of their brand Freeda Rome.

In each of their cactus leather handbags there was a short erotic passage which separates their product from other vegan handbags on the market.

The pair introduced the handbag as the ideal item for “bad girls who do good things” which is both long-lasting and good for the planet.

As they handed out their original weekend bag to the five dragons in an attempt to get them to invest, OG dragon Peter Jones couldn’t help but read out the naughty extract sewn into the bag.

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