"They stopped me to check my papers and looked in the car to check everything was in order," the woman said.
"It was a female police officer who stopped me. I opened the door and she noticed my feet and said to me: "I am obliged to give you a fine. You are not allowed to drive with these kind of shoes, that are not attached to the feet."
"I really thought she was joking. But no. I left with a €90 fine - the price of a pair of shoes," she said.
In March 2014 a court in Corsica effectively ruled that it was forbidden to drive in high heels.