I'm more than 99% sure the wrong answer was accepted here: Rotation angle of a giant lily when a child crawls on its rim
(Of course, I'm subject to significant bias saying this, since I submitted a different answer.)
Edit: In the particular question I linked, the wrong answer's been changed, so I'm happy about that.
Ordinarily, if a wrong answer is accepted and a better answer exists, the better answer will still get a lot of up votes so that a user browsing the site can see the community's opinion. In this case, I think the scenario is different.
The incorrect answer was originally a correct answer to a simplified version of the problem. That correct answer got a lot of upvotes. Then the author generalized the answer incorrectly, resulting in an incorrect answer with a lot of upvotes.
So now, the incorrect answer has a lot of upvotes, and is marked accepted, even though I believe strongly that the community as a whole would not support it as the correct answer. Is there some course of action I can take to call the community's general attention to this situation?
Edit: I'm not completely sure whether this is an "honest" meta question, or whether I'm actually just fishing for people to support my answer. If this question gets a couple of downvotes, I'll take the hint and delete it. On the other hand, behind my emotional desire to be validated, I really do want the correct answer to be accepted in general and think there is some actual validity to this meta question.