This question is about this answer by gnasher729 on a recent question.
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I'm not sure what your intent is: Punish him for the same thing you did, or protect your company from someone who you think should not be hired, when you did the exact same thing. Either way, not something that will work in your favour if your company finds out.
You say he looked like the best qualified for the job, so presumably he knows that. So what will this young man do if he knows that his interview went well, he recognises the woman he had a one night stand with, and for some mysterious reason he is rejected? If it was me, I'd be pretty annoyed and think how I could do maximum damage to you.
Seriously, try for a second to put yourself in the opposite position. You are looking for a job. You travelled to another town, everything seemed to go nice, you found a woman with appropriately low morals that basically forced herself on you for sex, and then she is present at the interview, and it looks very much like she doesn't want her colleagues to find out that she likes one night stands, so she must have told some story that cost you your job.
This answer was deleted as offensive by community flags twice now. When it was first deleted, it was undeleted by a moderator. Now it has been deleted again.
Do we consider posts such as these actually offensive, and, if not, could we get some guidance as to where to draw the line?
This issue is exacerbated by the fact that only 3 flags are necessary to delete and auto-lock a post here, rather then the usual 6.
It is worth noting that getting an answer deleted like this carries a -100 reputation penalty for the poster, too.