Stop using mutex_destroy(), when multiple threads can still access the mutex
If we can't join all the threads before destroying a mutex (legacy/trac#31735 (moved)), and we can't otherwise prevent multiple thread access, we should stop destroying that mutex. (Because destroying a locked thread invokes undefined behaviour.)
There may be some other pattern that helps us destroy all but one mutex. But that involves a "mutex-destruction" mutex. Which is terribly complex.