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For example, this question was edited to include the following (edit no longer visible unless you go into the edit history):

Edit by Enes Unal : No need to downvote this question, think about it and you will find why He asks this..

To me, this edit seems inappropriate. It was edited by a user without editing privileges, and the OP accepted the edit.

However, since I also don't have editing privileges, my deletion of the edit would have to be peer-reviewed and would likely be denied by the OP. So how should I handle this?

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That edit should've been a comment. – Mysticial Jul 26 '12 at 1:29
It was a funny race condition too (rejected and accepted at the same exact time: – juan Jul 26 '12 at 1:38
It's lucky that the edit is on an active question - otherwise, it would have gone unnoticed. – nhahtdh Jul 26 '12 at 1:44
up vote 7 down vote accepted

That is indeed an inappropriate use of the edit feature. In fact, it's a textbook example of one of the reject reasons.

You should roll back the edit or, at least, remove it.

If the OP rejects your edit, flag it for a Moderator's attention. Use the "other" option and explain why it's flagged.

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Thank you. I shall do this next time I see an inappropriate edit. – jeff Jul 26 '12 at 16:35

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