OK, the No True Scotsman fallacy is fairly well-known - in short, it’s when ad-hoc exclusions are made in order to avoid addressing a refutation.
But what about when the No True Scotsman fallacy is called in error? Consider:
Person A: Name some famous Scotsmen.
Person B: Alexander Graham Bell, Robert Burns, Billy Connolly, Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama.
A: Dude! - Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama is from Fiji - True Scotsmen come from Scotland
B: Hah! Logical Fallacy! You lose!
Obviously that’s a stupid example, but perhaps it illustrates what I’m grasping for - when the No True Scotsman fallacy is called in error, is that a logical fallacy in and of itself? - something like Denial of Definition?