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The code snippet provided with this question was used in the lab in an attempt to reproduce the problem; behavior did not occur. Also to note: several (3rd party) applications have used this function for years with no reports of such behavior (as far as the R&D team is aware.)
This may be specific to a particular environment. Suggestion: try the code on a completely separate setup (i.e. avoid cloned installations or hosts that are configured from a similar template.) Does the behavior change?