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.
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.
KOB reports that after years of vandalism from over-zealous fans, the residents of the house are installing a 6-foot high wrought iron fence.
Why pizza, I hear you cry? Okay, now get this: Even after all this time, fans of the show are still stopping by the actual location of Walter White's Albuquerque, New Mexico home to toss pizzas of their own onto the roof.
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Neighbours have been bothered by it, too: "All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road. They park in front of our driveway and block us in", a neighbor said. 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.
Quintana said fans of the show come to visit the house in droves and have disrupted the property by stealing rocks as souvenirs and tossing pizza on the roof to recreate a memorable outburst from the show's main character portrayed by Bryan Cranston.
'We hear about it on a daily basis, so much so that we've gone up on the roof to pull pizzas down.' Sandoval said. "You're not the first".