There is this warning on the solidity documentation (https://solidity.readthedocs.io/en/v0.4.24/types.html)
I understand the part about stack depth limitation of 1024 and transaction failure when it runs of gas.
Why does this warning specifically warns about caller forcing the stack depth problem and causes transaction as an unsafe ether transfer? If the caller intentionally fails the send transaction which will result in a rollback, what harm could it do to the smartcontract or the recipient?
Is this some attack vector that is so obvious which I don't understand?