Now, this is obviously a mistake, supposedly caused by a glitch in the system or someone's finger getting stuck on the "zero" key on their keyboard's keypad. However, Solenne was initially told that the fee could not be amended. Thankfully, it later turned out that a "printing error" had caused 12 zeros to be added to the actual amount she owed, which was merely 117.21 euro. A lot more bearable. Good thing she didn't really have to pay the amount as 11.721 quadrillion euro is over 200 times more money that currently are in circulation throughout the world.
source: The Age via NeoWin