In my review queue this answer cropped up: Why does Java allow us to compile a class with a name different than the file name?
link to view the answer in context and could see that it had 57 votes so I knew something was fishy (i.e. that this was likely an audit).
As it seemed fishy, I clicked
flag out of curiosity which then triggered the failure message for me
"This was a high quality post" (I wasn't actually going to continue with the flag as real flags take an extra step).
Anyway, my question is that why did the link show that it had 57 votes? Should this not be hidden from me if it is in my queue to prevent "cheating"?
Also the answer (and the debate on whether the analogy answers the question) in the is a bit of a toughie for a new reviewer to decide whether the analogy answers the question as it could just as easily be considered off topic.