That depends on what plastic and the size and thickness of the glass window.
If it is a foam plastic "nerf" ball than the chance is VERY low (for any window). If the ball is an inflated tough plastic (similar to a leather football) and the window is big enough but not too big and thin enough then the probability is GREAT, if the ball is thrown/kicked hard.
There are just too many variables in the question to give a one word (number) answer!
Not it is not.
you get a hard football a smash it at window good luck
It has a predicate noun: accident.
In North Carolina can one spouse enter the marital home through breaking a window?
The bracket snaps on the window over the plastic pin in the window. You need to pull the bracket away from the window to get it down and over the plastic pin. If you will be replacing the window regulator you can just cut the bracket where it snaps over the pin.
yes, a window might break on its own but, with presser from wind or weakness
The most common purpose of using window plastic is for insulation. Windows have cracks and gaps between the contact points that allow warm and cold air to move in and out of the house. Window plastic provides insulation for homes that contain cracks in the seals of its windows.
If you take away the 'the' in the first sentence they are both gramatically fine.
Jam starts with breaking glass (a window being smashed).