In my humble opinion, there are a number of problems with the intent of that edit.
The OP's issue was being seen naked, not using the wrong bathroom. If the OP had come out of the bathroom fully dressed when the co-workers looked at her with bemused expressions, she would have probably just said, "Oops, sorry, I did not read the sign", and moved on.
There are several scenarios not involving bathrooms when a person could be inadvertently seen naked. In this situation, there happened to be a bathroom involved, but that is just an incidental detail, not the core problem. Some examples could include a change room door that accidentally opened, or the good old "wardrobe malfunction".
The OP's issue is dealing with the awkwardness of working with people who have seen her naked. It has nothing to do with whether using a wrong bathroom is "criminal" in some corner of the world. OP does not mention that her co-workers complained about it or even commented on the incident, leave alone suggesting her that she might have committed a crime.
This is not a porn site. If people click the link on seeing the word "naked" in the hope of seeing pictures of naked people (as is implied by the claim of clickbaiting), they are in the wrong place. Those people most certainly know many other places where that would work!
Anyway, these are somewhat subjective interpretations of the change, but to answer the original question: changing a question purely to knock it off the HNQ should not be allowed. It is well known to everyone except SO employees that HNQ is an absolute disaster, and two wrongs don't make a right.