People are still tossing pizzas onto the 'Breaking Bad' home


Well, they're not, and everyone from Vince Gilligan to Jonathan Banks has asked them to stop annoying the nice, non-meth dealing people who live there.

The New Mexico house used on the AMC show as the home of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his family has become a popular tourist attraction over the years, but its current residents aren't pleased.

However, enough is enough and they have chose to make the house off limits by installing a six-foot fence, made of strong wrought iron, around the property.

"We feel like we can't leave because when we do, something happens and that's ridiculous", Joanne Quintana told KOB.

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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. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", a neighbor said. Over the first Balloon Fiesta weekend, she estimates it climbed into the hundreds. She said they are not happy about putting up the fence and gating themselves in, saying they are the ones that are being locked up when they've done nothing wrong. In 15 minutes, a KOB news crew counted almost 10 tourists.

And Frank Sandoval, who runs the Breaking Bad RV Tours, says he completely understands.

They are also pretty rude, asking the family to get out of the picture as they take photos, or to close their garage door as it ruins the image.