It doesn't get much more technical than this. This is the glorious story of an electrician using McGuyver-like work to undo a literal rule breaking tool. Pretty dang neat stuff.
There's a subreddit called r/techsupportgore, and its name perfectly describes its content: people who fix computers upload photos of the nightmarish scenarios they find themselves in. From melted extension cords to server rooms that look like a jungle, some of these hardware disasters are so bad, you can't help but feel for the folks who have to fix them. So continue scrolling, check out the pics, and don't be surprised if you cringe to the brink of passing out after only a few of them.
Technical difficulties at BBC in June 2017 resulted in an impressive marathon-style news cluster-F where we got to watch the anchor have what looks like a silent existential conversation with himself for over 4 minutes. The interspersed "BREAKING NEWS" interjections give it a sense of timing fit for a sketch comedy show.