Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Owners of 'Breaking Bad' house build fence to shield from pizza-throwers

Owners of 'Breaking Bad' house build fence to shield from pizza-throwers

This actually stretches all the way back to 2015 when Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan got involved and kindly asked fans inspired by the scene to stop throwing pizza on the roof of the Albuquerque home. But having just found out he cooks and sells meth, his wife Skylar locks him out of the house.

In an episode called "Caballo sin Nombre", Walter arrives home with a box of pizza for dinner. Breaking Bad fans have never forgotten the scene, a laugh-out-loud amusing moment amidst a dark and intense television show about selling meth. Now, the inhabitants of Walter White's house are taking action.

Problem is, the house isn't just a set. The owners have also put up cameras, signs and cones to keep people off their property.

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"We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens and that's ridiculous", Joanne Quintana, the daughter of the current owner, told KOB4 News in Albuquerque.

The owners are installing a 6ft (1.8 metres) wrought iron fence on the front of the house used in the TV series Breaking Bad, which has been plagued by countless fans wanting a snapshot and trying to recreate iconic scenes from the show - including the one where a pizza is thrown on the roof.

"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", he said on a podcast for the show's spinoff, "Better Call Saul".

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"Stay out of my territory" was probably what the homeowners of the hit show "Breaking Bad" were thinking when they began constructing a fence around their property earlier this week. "You're not the first".

"Crabby old woman told me to go across the street to take pictures".

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