A New Mexico woman who owns the famed Breaking Bad house is fed up with people tossing pizzas on her roof.
So to combat the issue she's erecting a six-foot-tall fence around her property.
In “Caballo Sin Nobre,” the third episode of the third season of Breaking Bad, character Walter White flings a pizza on the roof of his home.
It's been seven years since the episode has aired and fans still visit the real-life Albuquerque home - owned by the Quintana family – and fling their own pizzas like a frisbee onto the roof.
According to the New York Post, the Quintana family has had enough of the constant pizza pie vandalism that they've put up an iron fence around the home.
“We just feel like we can’t leave because when we do, something happens,” said Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the home, in an interview with KOB4. “And that's ridiculous.”
Quintana said she's lost count on how many tourists visit the home. While most take pictures of the home, others choose to take landscape rocks as a souvenir while others toss pizza.
Frank Sandoval, who runs a Breaking Bad sightseeing tour, said the pizza tosses happens so frequently that he's shoed off fans and had to remove a number of pies off the roof himself.
It's gotten so bad that at one point the program's showrunner Vince Gilligan, asked fans to stop the pizza toss.
"There is nothing original, or funny, 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. "It's been done before -- you're not the first.”
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.