I'm pretty sure we've got laws against that kind of thing in Europe.
Not against the despicable act of referring to such an inane arrangement of repetitive noise as "a song", somehow implying that it was "music". No, you can't legislate the quality of art. And after all, if this "song" was made by a twelve-year-old, it might actually be a sign of (moderate) talent.
But recording a phone call made by an obviously distraught woman and using it to ridicule her in public? You just don't do that.
In my grandmother's final year of life, I've received my share of phone calls where she was seeking help for some minor problem that seemed a lot bigger to her than it actually was. I did not record any of those calls, and I did not use them to ridicule her in public. If she had called a professional and they had done this to her, I would have been seriously upset and angry.