Has an accepted answer that says:
next, submerge the phone (without the battery) completely in water. Leave it there for 24 hours.
It doesn't take a genius to realize that putting a water damaged phone in water will just make it worse.
I suggested an edit that removed the parts of the answer that actually damage hardware. I cited a credible source that explains the proper way to clean water damaged electronics. I've worked in the small electronics repair industry and I personally know the correct way to clean electronics and also how to destroy them.
It is our duty to protect our visitors and users from destroying their devices.
I did the "recommended" action of providing the correct answer. Nobody will ever see this answer as it's buried beneath 3 destructive answers that destroy electronics.
The destructive answers receive more upvotes and the correct answer receives no attention.
It makes sense at this point to just edit the accepted answer and remove the parts that are dangerous and destructive. The answer owner doesn't lose any rep, everyones happy.