Indeed. Trust is the qualifier. We all know that antifreeze in oil turns oil milky. I had changed my mom's oil 3 days before. It was a BS money grab.--I'm not anti-social, I just don't like stupid people.
Coolant in oil does turn it milky, but if it is very recent - co-incident with the chain failure/damage (or due to the repair), then it could be sitting in the bottom of the oil pan.That doesn't matter here though, as in either case is isn't right to sell that as an inspection.--The talented hawk speaks French.
Any AF in oil will blend in seconds for the leak check.--I'm not anti-social, I just don't like stupid people.