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Hmm, that's weird. Conspiracy theories... Good thing you didn't come off when it popped out!
I can think of two things you could do - you could either locktite the threads, basically gluing the bolt in place, or you could lockwire it by drilling a hole in the corner of the flats of the bolt head and stringing wire between it and another fixed object on the bike, say another bolt.
The latter is the better idea IMO, and no amount of vibration could possibly make it come loose. Thread locker might come back to bite you in the ass at a later stage, but its your choice.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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