Breaking Bad Homeowners Put Up Fence To Deal With Annoying Fans

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The house in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Bryan Cranston's meth-dealing character lived in has of course become the spot for countless photos, theft, and pizza being thrown on the roof. Why?

During the city's recent hot air balloon festival, Quintana says she lost count of the number of people who came to the house, but noted it was in the hundreds.

The pizza-tossing had gotten so bad that the show's creator, Vince Gilligan, urged fans to knock it off more than two years ago.

She told the station that "Breaking Bad" fans trespass, steal rocks from the landscaping and generally disregard the family's wishes.

'We feel like we can't leave because when we do, something happens and that's ridiculous, ' Quintana told KOB4. Well, turns out Breaking Bad fans are slow to forget.

The owners of the single-story home are fed up with the constant tourist traffic and impositions, and are constructing a giant, six-foot-tall wrought iron fence to guard against the attention, local KOB4 News reports.

Why pizza, I hear you cry?

Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the home, told KOB 4 the fence should be completed soon, but it hasn't stopped people from trying to climb around the construction to snap pictures. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", a neighbor told KRQE, an Albuquerque news channel.

"There is nothing original, or amusing, or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady's roof", Gilligan said during an interview on the Better Call Saul Insider Podcast in 2015.

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