During reviewing suggested edits an edit on deleted post appeared. The post was removed by the post owner. As I am kind of new to reviewing the suggested edits I firstly thought it is an audit and rejected the edit assuming that this is the correct action.
After further looking here and there (e.g. What happens to a pending suggested edit when a post is deleted?) I found out that deleting a post will remove it from all queues except the suggested edit. It has to be either rejected or approved as regular edit to get out of the queue. I was however not able to find if there is any consensus on how to treat such posts.
There is possibility that if the post is deleted by its owner they might want to edit it eventually themself. Approving such edit might be then harmful. But on the other hand the edit might show them what can be done better in the post.
So is there any consensus or is it up to me what I do?