The owners of the home popularly known as belonging to meth kingpen Walter White are fed up with all of the visitors.
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 funny to toss a pizza on the roof and echo the infamous Walter White scene.
To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have decided to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter.
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The owner of the house that is used as Walter White's home in Breaking Bad (pictured) is building a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter to keep away rude tourists
The home's owner said that sometimes people will come by and throw pizzas on her roof - echoing the infamous Walter White scene, which is pictured above
'We feel like we can't leave because when we do, something happens and that's ridiculous,' Quintana told KOB4.
Quintana's mother owns the home, and every week they lose count of the number of people who come by to look at it and take pictures in front of it.
Sometimes, she said, people even ask her to step out of her own yard for a better picture and steal her landscaping rocks to keep as souvenirs.
'They feel the need to tell us to close our garage, get out of the picture, you know - tell us what to do with our own property,' she said.
So finally, after four years of vandalism, trespassing and rudeness by tourists, she said they have had enough and are building a fence.
The fence will probably be completed soon, but Quintana said that already people have tried climbing around the construction to get a picture of her home.
Owner of the home Joanne Quintana said that sometimes hundreds of people will come each week to take photos in front of her home, sometimes even asking her to close her garage or move out of the way so they can get a better shot
To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have decided to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter
'We don't want to gate ourselves in,' she told the news channel.
'We're the ones who's being locked up. We did nothing wrong.'
And Frank Sandoval, who runs the Breaking Bad RV Tours, says he completely understands.
'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.
He said he often acts like a security guard for the property - often shooting people off of the land.