Oh, you're right. That is a bug.
I reported it on p5p
Cozens contributed a patch so it should be fixed by 5.6.1.
I realize that that doesn't help you much. What I suggest you do
is make up a file called PrincePawn.pm that looks like this:
# and others...
Then use PERL5OPT="-MPrincePawn"
Unfortunately, this does not work for strict,
because strict has only a lexical effect.
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