By ice rivers
Windows are made to look through. Threw out history, outraged rulers,prophets and parents have also used windows as something that a rival, a witch, a baby or the bathwater could and should be thrown through.
Throwing someone through a window is known as defenestration.
Perhaps the most famous of all defenestrations is described in the Old Testament. Ahab was the king of Israel but he angered Yahweh by marrying the Phoenician princess Jezebel. Jezebel had her own ideas about Yahweh. She preferred her pagan God Baal. Baal was a lot more fun, hence the expression "having a ball."
The followers of Baal/Jezebel assumed power in Israel which of course pissed of Elijah who was the last surviving prophet of Yahweh, the rest having been slaughtered by Ahab was fed up with their wailing. Elijah proposed a battle of the Gods between Yahweh and Baal. Which of the two Gods would be able to inflame a bull. Too bad there was no pay teevee back in those days. Everyone would have tuned in to see the spectacular battle. What followed was a one-sided contest. The followers of Baal prepared a sacrifice but Baal never sent fire to consume the sacrifice even though his 450 prophets called to Baal all day pleading, “O Baal, answer us.” Then they even cut themselves with swords and lances and still Baal did not answer. Baal never responded. When it was Elijah’s turn, he cut up the bull and laid it upon the wood not bothering with fire. Then he added 12 stones to the altar to represent the number of the tribes of the sons of Jacob and dug a deep trench around the altar. He then called for the crowd to pour four barrels of water onto the sacrifice and wood. He instructed this be done at least three times, causing water to surround the altar and fill the trench. After Elijah prayed, God sent fire from heaven to consume burn up the bull and ther altar and the trench. This became known as fighting water with fire.
Don't try it at home.
Elijah killed the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:40). With many of her prophets turned into losses, Jezebel sought to kill Elijah. Jezebel used her seductive, adulterous ways to take further power from Ahab who mostly sulked. Elijah cursed Israel with a drought and prophesized the ignomnious death of both Ahab and Jezebel. Ahab asked for forgiveness but Jezebel not so much. Elijah passed away but challenged his son Elisha to get revenge on Jezebel. Eventually, Elisha designated Jehu as his representative.
Eventually, Ahab died in battle. With Ahab's death Jehu became King of Israel. Jehu and his forces advanced on the castle of Jezebel. When she saw Jehu coming, she asked him if he was "coming in peace."
Jehu indicated NOT.
Jezebel had risen that morning and with the aid of her eunuchs had made herself up to the max and dressed in her most seductive outfits hoping that "well, maybe." Outside the gates of the castle, Jehu cast a "you wid me or agin me "eye upon the eunuchs. Two of the eunuchs figured out which side they were on. They threw Jezebel out the window. She crashed to the earth outside the walls of her castle where sure enough, a bunch of hungry dogs were waiting for their lunch.
The prophet had predicted that Jezebel would be eaten by dogs which was the same thing he had predicted for Ahab before Ahab repented. The dogs tore into the corpse of Jezebel until they were driven away by charioteers who ran over the devoured body of the evil Jezebel further making a mess of the queen. All that remained of the queen was her hands and feet which the eunuchs had mani/pedied only a few moments prior.
When it comes to defenestrations, Jezebel has to be near the top or the bottom, whichever applies during the process.