If we were to look at some user psychology in the bug reporting process you can likely safely assume two things:
When faced with this scenario and in this sort of mood one finds themselves simply clicking the biggest button they can on any screens they don’t expect to see, such as a confirmation screen when they are expecting a report screen.
There is also the factor that it’s a bug, and as a experienced developer I am sure you are experienced with the fact that if something breaks there is likely to be a chain reaction which leads to other implications, e.g. the bug report not posting.
If it were not for the fact of my curiosity I likely would have never even have found the bug until it was flagged down since as stated in the post it then proceeded to redirect me back to the original despite creating a new post.
Furthermore, as an experienced developer you should know better then to blame users for a bug - or the effects of a bug - that they did not create so long as they do not try and abuse said bug. Here I took the proper action of trying to delete the post and reporting the bug and yet still I wake up with feedback DMs making it appear as if I’m in the wrong.
I would also point out I tried to delete the duplicate post but because of some absurd change, pressing delete seemed to only lock the post and not remove it, also disallowing my ability to edit it.