I flagged this answer as not an answer
declined - flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer
The alleged answer talks vaguely about some malfunctions in the posters refrigerator which he implies might be made worse by putting in hot food, but is completely unresponsive to the original question asked. It does not in any realistic way address the actual question, which is clearly by being tagged food-safety and by asking about bacterial growth a food safety question.
So what is the standard for being an answer? Just vaguely talking about something that might sort of be related, if one has drunk enough beer?