She said: "We feel like we can't leave because when we do something happens".
Out of anger, the teacher-turned-meth baron chucks the pizza onto the roof - a response that fans are replicating on Quintana's house. The current residents told New Mexico TV station KOB 4 that hardcore fans frequently try to sneak onto the property, steal things from the house and attempt to recreate scenes from the series.
Fans of "Breaking Bad" continue to take a page from Walter White's and throw pizzas on the roof of a residence in Albuquerque, N.M. that was featured on the show, among other acts that continue to be an inconvenience for the real-life residents. Quintana's mother owns the home.
In particular, the pizzas have become most problematic; Quintana said she loses track of how many pies are tossed every week.
To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have made a decision to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", one said. "We're the ones who [are] being locked up".
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.
"There is nothing original, or amusing, or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady's roof", Gilligan said.
The owners of the New Mexico house that appeared on "Breaking Bad" are sick of people tossing pizza on their roof. KOB's news crew themselves counted around 10 tourists hanging around the home.