It seems audit suggested edits are credited to real users1. For example, I was recently presented with two audits; coincidently, I rejected an apparently legit edit suggestion by the same user yesterday. That made me think, what if one of those nonsense edits were attributed to my user? At first, I thought I wouldn't like it ("how could such an atrocity be linked to my user?!"). But then I remembered such suggestions are clearly marked as audits, and thought it could be actually funny to have one of those credited to me.
What do you think? Would you like to be the "author" of poetry such as "I have an array of background images that sent and returned interlocked"?
(1) If that's not the case, please let me know, and I'll delete this question