At least, tourists making a pilgrimage to Albuquerque, NM and visiting the house in which unexpected drug mastermind Walter White once lived will no longer be able to snap the photos they seek - and will probably also have limited opportunities to toss pizzas onto the unassuming abode's roof, as was famously done on the show.
Incidentally, Weckiai Rannila, the renter of a University of New Mexico apartment that was the on-screen home of Breaking Bad Emmy victor Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman, tells the station she also has her share of sometimes "annoying" selfie-seeking fans.
Neighbours have been bothered by it, too: "All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road".
Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the house, told KOB4, "We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens and that's ridiculous..."
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'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.
Two years ago, creator Vince Gilligan scolded fans on a podcast about their antics. A bit odd, and very wasteful (save the pizza!), but maybe it would be a passable practical joke if the house was merely a prop, or abandoned after filming ended.
'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.
"It's been done before, you're not the first".