In these volatile days of dramatic arguments over meta, my suspicion alarm is set to a much more sensitive threshold.
And I wonder, https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/256816/if-n-the-order-of-a-group-and-gcdk-n-1-then-there-exists-an-element-in has garnered over a 10,000 views in just 15 hours.
Sure, it happens with the Batman question (probably?) or with other fairly "popular mathematics" questions. But this is not the Batman question, it is not the Russian roulette question, etc. For one it only has five registered votes at the time (+3/-2).
Furthermore the OP had tried to cover up their tracks by editing the question into gunk, only to be rolled back by Austin Mohr a few minutes later.
All this raises a mighty suspicion. Can anyone shed some light?
Another point by draks, is that the OP had posted another question today which raised over 1,500 views, which is another questionable number of views in a single day -- for a non-popular question (popular as in popular mathematics, e.g. Batman curves).