Published: Sat, October 14, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Owners of 'Breaking Bad' house build fence to stop pizza

Owners of 'Breaking Bad' house build fence to stop pizza

In fact, the family who lives in the Breaking Bad house, as it's called, has lost track of the number of times the place has been vandalized.

Walter White was a fictional character who never really existed, but the residence that served as his New Mexico home most definitely does exist, and its owners are fed up with Breaking Bad fans making their lives a living hell.

He said he often acts like a security guard for the property - often shooting people off of the land.

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However, the owners of the house have erected a 6-foot wrought iron fence to keep them out. Unfortunately, fans have even tried to go through the construction to snap a clear pic of the house. Oh, the pizzas. The iconic Walt-throws-a-pizza-on-the-roof scene from the show has inspired visitors to do the same, forcing others to climb onto the roof to remove the food later. It's not just pizzas. How can anyone enjoy it if it's on a roof?

Two years ago, creator Vince Gilligan scolded fans on a podcast about their antics.

"We feel like we can't leave because when we do, something happens and that's ridiculous", homeowner Joanna Quintana told KOB 4. "You're not the first". Breaking Bad fans have never forgotten the scene, a laugh-out-loud amusing moment amidst a dark and intense television show about selling meth. Meanwhile, at Walter's partner-in-crime Jesse Pinkman's apartment, renter Weckiai Rannila has to fend off "three or four" tourists every weekend hoping to take a selfie with the place where all the Roomba-DJing happened, according to KOB4.

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