Well, thanks for making me harass a user over attempting to vandalize a post!
Got a flag on a question notifying us that a new, low-rep user submitted a bogus edit suggestion. Okay, so I went and took a look at it.
Well, that certainly looks spammy.
I then checked out the user's account, which looked normal, having no signs of spam whiff. Since this person is new, I contacted the user asking what happened with the edit.
We just got a flag that you attempted to deface a question with an edit
Can you explain?
No i didn't do anything
This isn't a horrible nightmare of a mess or anything, its just odd. Your account appears to be that of a real person, but this kind of behavior is indicative of a fake account.
Can you please just explain what happened?
etc etc until the point where Brad Larson figured out that this was probably a Suggested Edit audit, which was then confirmed to be the case, and I sincerely apologized to the user for harassing them over bullshit.
How is using actual accounts of random users acceptable in this situation? Why are these audits recorded in the post history just as if they are real?
This is kinda bad, guys. You gotta stop using unsuspecting users as vandals and stop recording these incidents in the post history.