People have the chance to get their hands on what is officially the world's largest sock monkey - and it's all for charity.
'Guinness', as he's been named, stands at an impressive 10ft 5.5in, weighs 16kg, and is made out of knee-length socks.
He was made by Jody Lewis, who received confirmation from Guinness World Records that she has secured the title after a seven month wait. The giant toy is now listed on the official Guinness world record website.
Jody, who lives in Bridgwater in Somerset, has spent a year with her impressively proportioned primate, but says the time has now come to find him a new home.
Guinness is made entirely from individual knee high socks and is filled with hollow fibre - though Jody hasn't ruled out that there may also be stashed in his stuffing "anything my daughters decided to 'hide' in a giant stuffed monkey whilst I wasn't looking!"
Jody is now auctioning the monkey online to raise money for the British Heart Foundation - but transporting Guinness may be tricky.