It seems to be just this question that's doing it for me, and the posted non-answer indicates it's not just me.
This is " Zalgo text". Basically a way of misusing unicode characters.
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You can generate your own here
A pair of accounts were created to post this mess. As @Richard states, it's "Zalgo text" (Stack Overflow has an explanation here). I've deleted both accounts.
From this SE meta post, the ability to do this is by design:
By Mark Gravel comment this is to be considered as now by-design and as such won't be modified unless problems emerge that make the fix worth the effort. In the meantime abuses of the system shall be dealt manually.
Since I feel that the contents of an element (in this case the
div containing the answer) should not be allowed to draw outside the boundaries of that element, I've filed a bug report over on central Meta.
Ah, I missed what was going on...
That was the actual posted answer that was doing it. @WadCheber fixed it, but now the whole answer is rightly gone.