To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have made a decision to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter.
In a frustrated rage, Walter chucks the pizza onto the roof of his home like a frisbee, where it lands face-up.
Quintana told KOB 4 the situation has been ridiculous, with them feeling they can't even leave the home unattended because if they do, something happens.
In the seven years since that episode aired, the real-life Albuquerque home has become a popular tourist attraction for fans of the show. If you're gonna toss a pizza on a roof, maybe do it on your own. Fans certainly haven't forgotten and the house in New Mexico used as the White's family home in the series, is now regularly targeted with pizzas by fans of the show.
The crime-thriller ended four years ago but creator Vince Gilligan scolded fans on a 2015 podcast about their behaviour while sightseeing.
Well now, according to KOB4 news, who have reported that as many as 100 people a week show up at the house, the owners of the house are finally building a fence to keep those unruly fans out.
"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", he said. "You're not the first".
As for the wrought-iron fence, Ms. Quintana admits, "We don't want to gate ourselves in", but noted, "We're the ones who's being locked up. Screw you lady", one user wrote.
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