What would you do if pizza pies were thrown on your roof for four years?
Angrily chase the culprits down with (add weapon here)? Possibly shoot the hands? Or call the cops (let’s see how far that gets you)?
The victim of the pizza pie throwing vandals, Francis Padilla and her daughter, Joanne Quintana, are building a fence.
Twelve years ago Padilla opened her house to Breaking Bad‘s Walter White and his family. The rest is history.
Breaking Bad fans have so many memories at 308 Negra Arroyo Lane. The most memorable seems to be of Walter White losing his marbles and throwing a pizza pie on the roof of his house after his wife Skyler dubs him from entering his home.
One would think that after Breaking Bad ended four years ago that Padilla would just move back into her house and everything would go back to normal.
People have been pulling up and giving themselves a free tour of the residence, which is actually someone’s crib. 3828 Piermont Drive sees hundreds of avid fans pull up daily. Padilla and her daughter have to sit outside in their garage just to make sure no one fucks with the crib.
The family even went ahead and installed security cameras to ensure no one else vandalizes their home. Besides throwing pizza pies on the roof, crazy fans also take rocks from the landscape as souvenirs, and tell the homeowners to get out of the way when they are trying to take a selfie.
Welp, crazed fans have fucked it up for the rest of us. The family is now building a 6-foot iron raw iron fence enclosing Walter White’s former crib. Hopefully, the fence will allow the family to return to somewhat of a normal life.
But who knows? There have already been reports of crazy Breaking Bad fanatics climbing around the construction.
White’s prop house is not alone in the fan craze. Renters at Jesse Pinkman’s house also sees some selfie traffic. Tenant, Weckiai Ranilla (insane name) said in an interview with a local news team,
“It’s annoying at worst, but she applauds Quintana’s fence. If it ever got that bad she would break too.”