And even more annoying than the sometimes hundreds of weekly visitors, the real-life owners of Breaking Bad house said, is how many times a tourists has thought it would be amusing to toss a pizza on the roof and echo the infamous Walter White scene.
KOB 4 in New Mexico reports that the owners of the home have put up a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the home to prevent it from happening again.
Quintana said she's lost count on how many tourists visit the home.
She said that most days, she feels like she can't even leave it because something will happen.
The Twitter masses had differing views on the family's decision to fence off the house.
If you've watched "Breaking Bad", you might remember the scene in which Walter White throws an entire pizza onto his roof.
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And Frank Sandoval, who runs the Breaking Bad RV Tours, says he completely understands. At least be kind and deliver it nicely to their doorstep because everyone loves pizza... just not on a roof.
Despite the fact the Breaking Bad went off the air four years ago, fans of the series are rabid and want to get as close to Walter White in real life as they possibly can. "We're the ones who's being locked up".
The fence is expected to be completed soon, but fans of the show have still attempted to climb around it to snap pics of the home, KOB4 reported.
Why pizza, I hear you cry?
On the "Better Call Saul Insider" podcast, creator Vince Gilligan even told fans to stop recreating the scene. Let me tell you: "There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizzas on this lady's roof", Gilligan said.