Monkeys that I have encountered in my walks in the parks generally steer clear of people's path. These two on the treetop walk at Kentridge Park were challenging people to walk around them. A lady in the opposite direction was apprehensive, uncertain if she should take up the challenge. I decided that as long as I did not step on its tail it would have no reason to attack me. So I pretended that monkeys were the most common obstacles on wooden walkways such as this and did not stop to wait for them to finish their grooming business.