The one and only time I've seen someone get a hansoku-make for running away during the dying seconds of a match is this match between Sven Maresch (GER) and Kim Jae-Bum (KOR) in the 2011 Moscow Grand Slam. Kim chose to run away and got a hansoku-make for it. Unbelievable.
If running away, which constitutes a refusal to fight, deserves a hansoku-make, what about dropping to your knees or doing a false attack in the dying seconds of a match? Isn't that also a refusal to fight? Does that get hansoku-make also?