I just failed this Low Quality Posts audit for clicking Edit. The answer contains actually useful information, but a spammy link at the end. I was going to edit out that last line, making it an acceptable answer. The failure text said:
This was an audit, designed to see if you were paying attention. You didn't pass. This post contains nothing of value. Fixing minor issues with formatting, spelling or grammar would be a poor use of your time, since it will be deleted anyway. You might be able to salvage it after extensive editing. Normally you should delete or recommend deletion when reviewing such posts.
The post really does answer the question, the user just didn't know how not to be a spammer. Therefore, I take issue with the bit about it containing "nothing of value." I would have been easily able to salvage it by cutting out the spam part.
I am also now banned from reviewing for failing a single other dubious audit a couple days ago.
Is this actually a good audit question? What should I have done?