I don't think anyone can specifically address your situation except as a poll
of what happened to them, which has zero applicability as to what will happen in the future. Once you've overstayed, the official in question can shrug it off and wave at you as you depart the anchorage, or can reflect on his poor choices in love, his nagging hemorrhoids, and (this is the important part) his country's near-bankrupt status and can steal your boat...sorry, "impound"...because his mandate is to make the most money
possible from rule-breakers.
This is directly related to his salary continuation, of course.
So I wouldn't overstay one minute in Europe
were I you. I wouldn't carry Cuban rum
in U.S. waters, even though it's legal
for Canadian boats to do so. It is better to assume all bureaucracies are corrupt, crazy and money-grubbing, and the only way to avoid getting reamed is to play scrupulously within their rules.