I originally posted an answer to a question about TsCl where I claimed that the central sulphur contained double bonds to adjacent oxygen atoms. Jan (rightly) corrected me on this claim, informing me that - in fact - TsCl does not contain double bonds between the sulphur and the oxygen.
While this is true, TsCl is commonly drawn with double bonds, and this property (albeit inaccurate) leads to simple explanations for various properties. In line with this previously asked question, is a simple answer that over-approximates or relies on technically false assumptions still worthwhile to keep on this site, given that it could make answers accessible to less technically versed audiences?
And if so, should there be some sort of a statement claiming that this answer is oversimplified?