Our question about Joining the Mile High Club was originally closed, then reopened after some editing.
After the edit, the top-voted answer no longer matches the question, and the second-highest voted and accepted answer seems somewhat border-line.
Both answers match the earlier, too-subjective-to-survive version of the question.
I flagged the first answer as not-an-answer, although admittedly, I felt a bit crummy for doing so, since it was a reasonable answer at the time it was written. My flag was "disputed".
I still feel like something ought to happen to the question/answer mismatch.
I'm just not exactly sure what... (And obviously, this should have been handled at the time the question was originally edited and re-opened.)
Could I get into trouble if I do this on a regular plane [examples of possible trouble]to
Can this be done on a regular plane without risking trouble such as [examples of possible trouble]? This would still be not subjective - it's "avoiding risk" not "d'ya reckon I could get away with it?" - and fits all answers and the original intent.