Well, sort of.
Got a Hyundai i40 at the back end of last year. It's got some fancy 'moon roof' thing, with a strip of what looks like black glass maybe 4" wide separating the roof from the windscreen.
Driving home tonight, there's an almighty bang above my head. Stopped on the hard shoulder to check, and the glass strip has exploded. Shattered at both edges, and cracked running most of the length of the strip.
Dunno if it's related, but I fitted a set of Thule roof bars on Friday. I'm wondering if it's put some sort of odd stress on the roof which has shattered the glass. Could just be a complete coincidence of course; manufacturing fault, temperature changes, or some halfwit lobbing something off a bridge even? The glass doesn't run exactly flush up to the metal bodywork so I'm struggling to see how it's the bars at fault (and they're Thule, not some cheap guff), but it does seem to be a huge coincidence.