I was browsing stackoverflow for questions offering bounties, when I came across Stack vs Heap C++ , which offered a 100 rep bounty, but upon reading its details, I found that it was disingenuous--that is--it was placed there in protest of the current bounty system:
On wikipedia, I think it would be classified as "Climbing the Reichstag dressed as Spider-Man" or "Disrupting Wikipedia to illustrate a point", and normally, I would chalk it up to a troll trolling, but this is a high-rep user, potentially dealing with SO politics that are over my head.
I wanted to write a helpful post, because it seemed like there was some sense that the current ones were inadequate, but on the other hand, I might interfere with a protest, or beat a dead horse (in case the answers actually did contain enough detail)
Is there some way to flag a bounty? Would it even be effective to flag such a high-rep user? Should I actually try to post another answer? This seems to be a corner case, that the FAQ, and SO flagging controls (at least for me) didn't quite patch.