In the past I've seen people told that as a matter of policy they should not delete questions that already have substantial answers. What about not literally deleting the question, but "editing" it so it becomes a totally different question, rendering the answer totally irrelevant?
Edit In fact the "edit" in question was rolled back, voluntarily or not I don't know, a few minutes after I posed this.
I'm referring to this. Yes, the answer is somewhat snarky. I'd already explained to her or him several times why what he or she was trying to prove was obviously false - she or he continues to just ignore the explanation. This is his or her third or fourth post on the same topic. (No, can't just suggest that it be marked as duplicate, because the previous posts were either deleted or also "edited". When he or she deleted several posts containing bogus proofs that $\lim g(t)=\sup g(t)$ I assumed she'd or he'd understood my explanations why it's not so, so I deleted the comments where I explained. Now, he or she gave the same "proof" again - then when I explained again why it's not so, this time in a detailed answer, she or he "edited" the question.)
And downvoted the answer. Someone should at least explain to him or her that (i) on MSE she or he is not supposed to downvote things because he or she's pissed off, (ii) she or he's not supposed to get pissed off when people point out his errors. (Regardless of whether or not, as here, he or she specifically asked if the proof was correct.) No, there was nothing snarky about the first few times I did that - can't prove that since those comments are deleted.