Joanna also said that even if the tourists aren't armed with a pizza, they aren't much better: "They feel the need to tell us to close our garage, get out of the picture, you know - tell us what to do on our own property".
The owners of the single-story home are fed up with the constant tourist traffic and impositions, and are constructing a giant, six-foot-tall wrought iron fence to guard against the attention, local KOB4 News reports.
The fence is now under construction and should be completed soon, but trespassers have already attempted to climb around it to take photographs with the iconic house, according to KOB 4.
United States pulls out of UN cultural organization
The decision comes after a number of resolutions were criticised by UNESCO, which was termed as anti-Israel by the United States. The magazine said the decision was aimed at saving money and to protest what the U.S believes is UNESCO's anti-Israel stance.
'We don't want to gate ourselves in, ' she told the news channel.
Living there sounds like a nightmare.
Joanne Quintana's mother owns the former "Breaking Bad" house and said she has suffered four years of trespassing, vandalism and even rudeness from fans of the AMC show. Over the first Balloon Fiesta weekend, she estimates it climbed into the hundreds. Fans certainly haven't forgotten and the house in New Mexico used as the White's family home in the series, is now regularly targeted with pizzas by fans of the show.
Quintana added that it is not just the pizzas, as some fans steal rocks from the home's landscaping to take home as souvenirs.