Lately I've seen a few suggested edits that appear to be the original author of the question attempting to modify the question, but they aren't logged into the original account.
For example, the question is usually asked by a low (new) reputation user that has a custom user name (something other than userXXXXXXX). The edit is suggested by a different user, and in many cases the username is the same. In other cases, it's a brand new user (userXXXXXXX, 1 reputation), but the edit does appear to be in line with the original question.
None of the rejection options in the suggested edit review really apply. Generally I just skip these, or if I feel like it could be another user trying to make a comment I'll vote to reject the edit as an attempt to reply.
Are these generally rejected, or do other reviewers feel that approving these is OK?