In advance, if I actually unironically offended the recipient of the aforementioned messages, I'm sorry and I promise to reform.
Now with that out of the way, I have a hard time believing that said recipient was actually offended. I talk to the person quite often in the Chinook barracks channel, where we exchange banter like that all of the time. I recall sending that message at around 0630 AEDT/GMT 11+ after the seeder was done as a joke to get him to come on the primary. Another thing of note, is also how he almost immediately bantered back with something along the lines of,"haha, that's funny because I just finished," which was in reference to the message in question which said something about "jerking off." According to the ban processor himself, he admitted that the report was sent "2-3 hours" before the actual ban thread was posted. That roughly posts the time at 0900-1000 AEDT/GMT 11+, that's a good couple of hours after the exchange with pokes on Teamspeak around 0630 AEDT/GMT 11+ was exchanged. Also between the time of the actual messages on TS and the actual report, him and me were exchanging ordinary "memes" on steam for lack of a better term. If he had such an issue with what I sent him first, wouldn't he immediately tell me that he had an issue with what I was saying or immediately tell a regular/officer rather than a few hours after the fact or both? What I'm trying to say here is that context matters and the motivation behind the report matters as well.
Edit: Edited by SgtDeadly12 after consulted the user.