Fed up 'Breaking Bad' house owner erects fence to stop pizza tosses

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The owner's of the New Mexico residence that served as Walter White's home on "Breaking Bad" have erected a fence to keep out trespassers. Because visitors are re-enacting a scene from the series in which Bryan Cranston's Walter, in a moment of madness, throws a pizza on his roof after his wife discovers he is dealing drugs and refuses to let him in. Show creator Vince Gilligan even made a public plea back in 2015 for people to stop throwing pizzas on the roof.

It's been seven years since the episode has aired and fans still visit the real-life Albuquerque home - owned by the Quintana family - and fling their own pizzas like a frisbee onto the roof.

So much so that after a "particularly messy weekend", the residents of the famous Albuquerque home have made a decision to put up a 6-foot high wrought iron fence, KOB 4 a local news channel in New Mexico reports.

Joanna Quintana, the daughter of the homeowner, told KOB4 on Tuesday she lost count of the tourists that come to the house. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", a neighbor said.

"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", he said.

For years die-hard Breaking Bad fans have been going on a pilgrimage to the property to re-create the scene. "You're not the first".

"We just feel like we can't leave because when we do, something happens", said Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the home, in an interview with KOB4.

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