Breaking Bad House Owners Shut Down Pizza-Throwing Fans

Breaking Bad House Owners Shut Down Pizza-Throwing Fans

Kerry Wise
October 14, 2017

The real-life owners of Walter White's house in "Breaking Bad" are sick and exhausted of fans tossing pizzas on their roof.

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.

However, the owners of the house have erected a 6-foot wrought iron fence to keep them out.

Owner Joanna Quintana said that the house had become so famous amongst fans of the show that there could be "hundreds" of visitors in a single weekend.

Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the house, tells the news station, "We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens".

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. "We're the ones who [are] being locked up". But even four years on from the show's finale, clearly some fans still can't get enough.

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The owners of the "Breaking Bad" house would kindly ask you to stop throwing pizzas onto their roof.

If you've watched "Breaking Bad", you might remember the scene in which Walter White throws an entire pizza onto his roof.

"All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road".

Why would anyone waste a perfectly good pizza just to say they wasted a perfectly good pizza.

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

"It's been done before, you're not the first".