As if having 9 booze-filled, fight-prone tenants wasn’t punishment enough … TMZ has learned the beach pad featured on “Jersey Shore” is now being violated on the outside … by vandals.
The realtor for the infamous house in Seaside Heights tell us … hoards of people keep tagging the outside walls (above) with their names and random comments like, “We love you Snooki.”
We’re told the damage is so profuse … the realtor is forced to repaint the guido-smush den on a WEEKLY basis.
Not only that … people are stealing roof shingles and constantly caught messing with the front door when the house is vacant.
In light of the problems … we’re told security has been beefed up and local cops are on the look-out for nefarious fans.
The good news … it’s only the realtor’s problem when the show is NOT in production … otherwise the clean-up nightmare is in the hands of “Shore” producers.
As if they don’t have enough to deal with.
TMZ even got a picture of the vandalized house:
I was going to do a whole “poor house” thing, but really, I’m surprised that it’s taken this long for this kind of story to come out. Isn’t that weird, how the fact that Snooki, The Situation, and the rest of those lovable scamps are insanely famous isn’t really part of the show? I would have expected creepers by the truckload after the first season. I would have thought that we’d see girls with self esteem problems coming by the house at all hours of the day and night and dudes coming on over to bro it up, but not so much, right? I know it’s alluded to sometimes, but I think it’d be interesting if we got to see that aspect of everything.
Like, can you imagine little Snooki trying to run off some teenage hoodlums with spray paint and bad attitudes? I would love that scene. Or some awkward, unaware 15-year-old hitting on J-Woww at the boardwalk? That would be such amazing television, wouldn’t it?