With the question https://travel.stackexchange.com/q/18287/324 one close-voter commented
Welcome to the site! As per the faq, shopping questions are unfortunately off-topic, sorry :/
The question got five closevotes three hours after that, and the comment received two upvotes.
The question has since been re-opened, so I'm not worried about the question itself. But I am worried that there was group behaviour in closing the question.
Firstly, questions about shopping as an activity are not off-topic per se. And yet none of the close-voters either corrected the initial close-voter, or offered their own reason for why it was off-topic.
Second, the link provided doesn't even mention shopping! But none of the close-voters noticed!
(And as a minor quibble, it isn't called a "FAQ" any more)
Once someone decides that a question is off-topic, are others likely to closevote it without looking at it too closely?