"The O'Reilly Factor" sent Jesse Watters to Penn Station to investigate the alleged increase in homelessness at the huge transportation hub. 

Watters noted that people aren't allowed to loiter, panhandle or sleep on the floor at Penn Station.

But many of the people he encountered complained that very little is being done to enforce these laws.

He asked business owners, commuters and what appeared to be homeless people if the rules are being enforced by the police.

Many of those he spoke with said that they aren't. 

One business owner said he felt more was being done to tackle the issue when Rudy Giuliani was mayor of the city.

O'Reilly pointed out that New York City police officers have taken a hands-off approach to "quality of life" violations under liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Watch the full segment in the video above.


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