BBC viewers were left in hysterics on Thursday after an entrepreneur appeared in the Den with an unusual contraption with an even more unusual sounding name.
Paul Robinson from Cumbria was the second contestant on Thursday night's show who was hoping one of the dragons would join forces with him on his business that he started from humble beginnings.
Paul said his product was started in fun but admitted that the name was "daft".
Paul created a flexible bracket which he called a "Wanger Flange" that could be used to piece furniture and other materials together.
Though Paul was providing detailed pitch on what the "Wanger Flange" could be used for, Dragons' Den viewers couldn't help but laugh at the name of his product.
One viewer joked: "Well them Wanger Flanges look good."
Another confused viewer penned: "Did that guy really name his company ‘Wang a Flange’?"
A third viewer chimed: "With a name like ‘Wanger Flange’ we’re in already!"
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