BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn teen is making a stir in Windsor Terrace as he's trying set a world record for the largest bobblehead ever made.

Henry Miller's creation reaches high into the trees on Kermit Place. Miller, 14, and his mother have spent the past year putting the bobblehead together using PVC pipe and chicken wire.

Miller is hoping his 16-foot bobblehead will land him in the Guinness Book of World Records. GSN, however, claims Chuck Woolery's bobblehead, which stands at 11-feet tall, is the world's largest.

A Guinness Book of World Records representative says there's currently no bobblehead category, but Miller is welcome to submit his entry.