I banged a 5 gallon carboy filled with 9% abv Imperial Stout in August with Nesco roaster lid, that caused an inch square hole to open up right where the side of the carboy starts to curve up to the neck. If I was smart, I would have let the beer drain to the point where the beer level was below the hole, but I panicked and tried to lift it up to a counter to start siphoning it into a keg. That caused the entire glass structure to fail.
The cuts on my leg were minor, and it was in the basement next to the floor drain, so clean up was easy. But dang....how come it couldn't have been a pale ale or a brown ale, instead of Imperial Stout?