Say we have an absolute sphere ball which is consist of an fully filled with air which the ball cannot expand anymore, as further pumping air will cause the ball explode. As a few air inside is leaked, the ball will not shrink since its membrane is inelastic, hence causing the ball to become a different shape where it will not became symmetry anymore. Is this statement is true? Will an absolute symmetry inelastic ball will no more become absolute symmetry again after a little air is leaked? (The ball might be in symmetry in a few axis but still not in infinite axis way.) Can somebody prove this statement is wrong? I am thinking of this question relating to the broken symmetry in particle physics. I am thinking of this phenomena which might lead to the symmetry breaking idea.