If your not root then your just going to kill your own profile and some temp files, sure your login doesn't work anymore but certainly the machine was still standing, just kill the process with root and login with another user, its a joke really.
That little apple in the corner says it is unix, not linux. I thought sudo Bash command runs "bash" as a super user. Which means you still need to log in as root correct? If so then this is pointless except to destroy your own system. Even if you could get nto another system with ssh, whats the use of the command if you need the password to login in as root and you dont have it?