The family has become so frustrated with the constant stream of mischievous fans that they've made a decision to erect a "6-foot wrought iron fence" around their home in order to deter would-be pizza-tossers, according to NBC.
In a frustrated rage, Walter chucks the pizza onto the roof of his home like a frisbee, where it lands face-up.
Joanne Quintana, told KOB 4, the problem had become so serious she felt compelled to seal off the home behind an imposing fence.
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. If you're gonna toss a pizza on a roof, maybe do it on your own.
Frank Sandoval, who runs a local Breaking Bad tour company, told that he has had to climb onto the roof to pull pizzas thrown by tourists down.
Well now, according to KOB4 news, who have reported that as many as 100 people a week show up at the house, the owners of the house are finally building a fence to keep those unruly fans out. In an interview with the Better Call Saul Insider Podcast in 2015, he said there's "nothing original or amusing or cool" about doing it.
"There is nothing original, or amusing, or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady's roof", Gilligan said.
Fans surely won't be thrilled with Quintana's decision, but they don't seem to be thrilled with the homeowners in the first place.
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