Last night's Big Bash League action went right down to the wire, with Australian coach Darren Lehmann's son Jake Lehmann smashing a dramatic six on the last ball to win the game for the Adelaide Strikers.
Fans in Adelaide missed most of the drama however, when Channel Ten switched the broadcast off in the second-last over, and replaced the action with a TV Shopping Network ad for a massage chair. Seriously. When the error was remedied, Ten made another critical error, broadcasting a month-old game between the Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Stars.
The game made it back to Adelaide screens in time for the last two balls.
Viewers quickly took to Twitter to register their disgust with the network, calling for someone to lose their job after the debacle. Some viewers however were full of praise for the chair's performance when the game was on the line.