Heart came down the tree, but counterpart Lloyd remained perched continuing to protest City Park development plans, which includes a new golf course, according to a WWL-TV report.
Earlier in the day the duo camped in a City Park tree to protest the development.
The duo said they don't want the trees removed for a golf course and that police are threatening to arrest them.
"They are trespassing ... it's not safe for them," City Park CEO Bob Becker told WWL-TV. "Our hope is they will have some common sense and come out of the three. Our main concern is their safety..."
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City Park is set to begin construction of a new championship-level golf course, nearly a decade after much of the 1,300-acre park was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
The $13 million, 18-hole course will be modernized with both beautiful and challenging shapes, incorporating many of the lagoons and oak trees from the former East and West courses while erasing their former flatness.
Yet to be named, the par-72 layout has been designed by nationally renowned golf course architect Rees Jones, as well as Torre Design Consortium, of New Orleans.
It ranges from 5,100 to 7,250 yards and is bordered by Filmore Avenue, Harrison Avenue, Marconi Drive and Wisner Boulevard.