This isn't about a specific instance that has happened today but more a general idea relating to the way that handling chat flags works.
There are instances in chat where somebody will say something which, in context, is acceptable. However, due to the way the flag system works, only the single message that was flagged is shown to other users on the network, and this one message might be seen as unacceptable out of context.
One of the first things that people are supposed to do, in my mind, is gather the context of the comment that has been flagged before choosing to validate or invalidate it. Many people will join the channel that the flag originated from to see what is going on and make their decision, but many more will just hit either validate or invalidate.
This idea is to essentially enforce that you check out the context before flagging - to do this, would it be possible to make it so that chat flags can only be validated if you're currently present in the room that the chat flag originated from?