Shark Tank judges slam 'cocky' couple behind all-natural flu medicine [Video]

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"Why on earth did you come today?" Shark Tank judges slam "cocky" couple who asked for $1.5million to fund their all-natural product that can "cure the common cold"By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:55 EDT, 10 July 2018 | Updated: 03:11 EDT, 11 July 2018 It"s no easy feat...

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‘Why on earth did you come today?’ Shark Tank judges slam ‘cocky’ couple who asked for $1.5million to fund their all-natural product that can ‘cure the common cold’

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It’s no easy feat for entrepreneurs to ask the Shark Tank experts to invest their hard-earned cash into a new business venture.

And on Tuesday’s episode, the panel were left …

'Why on earth did you come today?' On Tuesday's episode of Shark Tank, the judges slammed a 'cocky' married couple (pictured: Steve and Nicole Jones) who asked for $1.5million to fund their all-natural product that can 'cure the common cold'

Bold claims: When pitching Flu Away 48 (pictured), the couple claimed it was 100 per cent all-natural, had been clinically proven and that supporting research would be published by the Harvard Medical Journal within six months

'I'm absolutely looking forward to reading a research paper':  Andrew Banks' (pictured) confidence waned after Steve seemed unsure about the product and its capabilities

'I am concerned you're asking me to hoodwink the Australian public': Dr. Glen Richards (pictured) was skeptical of the couple's claims that Flu Away 48 can 'cure the common cold'

No deal! All five Shark Tank judges (pictured) declined to invest in Flu Away 48