I was going through the review queue earlier when I was asked to review this question, which, in my opinion, is poorly written and most of its content is an image.
Although, judging by this thread, there does not seem to be clear consensus on the use of images as a form of asking questions (indeed, it may make sense in some cases), this question is poorly written and it is very difficult to edit.
That said, I decided to write a comment, but I got the message "This is an audit." I then voted to close it, but it turns out that for some reason I fail to understand, this has received 6 positive votes.
Apparently 6 users judged that this is an interesting question. Yet, I feel these tests don't make sense. I am very careful with my reviews, still I have got about 5 "STOP. Look and Listen(?)" just this week. There have been similar concerns on this topic (see here for example).
This appears to happen mostly in the queue of low quality posts. My first concern is that there are posts which are badly written, but can be improved. In such cases I would be more inclined to write a comment, than recommend deletion, but at the same time this may be a test. I feel that this setup doesn't allow the reviewers to be more lenient or more strict than (or have a different rationale from) the script that generates the audits.
My suggestion would be to limit the authority of this robo-auditor and rely more on people's opinions. In order to prevent users from blindly accepting or rejecting, there could be a timer that the reviewer spends some minimum time on each item.