I just had this question to review in the late answers queue. It turned out to be an audit, which is all well and good.
But according to the post time mouseover, it was posted at
The question it was supposedly answering was posted at
Now, before this review, I wouldn't have exactly considered 8 minutes and 50 seconds to be very late for an answer here. I understand that the audits will mess with the times and other stats about posts, but, in this case, those times agree with the actual question, and the comment that the answer was converted to.
Now, the answer itself, being what appears to be the user's first answer here certainly belongs in a review queue, but I would think the First Posts queue would make more sense. And given the contents of the answer and what happened to it, using it in audits makes sense, too, but again, as a First Post audit, not a Late Answer audit.
Is this as intended, or might it indicate a bug, possibly in the Late Answers definition, the Late Answers audit mechanism, or the post time tracking mechanism?