Sometimes the best way to describe something is to give a few hints and let imaginations run wild, especially if you aren't allowed or can't be bothered to get explicit.
One common way is to imply the general feel and mention a few outlandish items to be used but not they are used.
Compare with Psycho for Hire, where a job that requires killing people is used by villains to act out their sadism.
A counterpart to the Serial Rapist; it's not uncommon for the tropes to overlap.
An Incident is a single event, definite, while Implements can mean both "ongoing" and "tools", so it is more undefined and open. Well, I found out that at three o'clock this mornin' you was out there in your Fruit of the Loom's in the motel swimmin' pool with a bunch of them waitresses from the cocktail lounge!
If the Noodle Implements are used erotically off-camera while a character or characters observe, they may find the results Head-Tiltingly Kinky. If the use is well known, it may become a form of Shout-Out. In some cases, savvy characters will intentionally invoke this trope when questioning someone they've captured. I just hope Charlene don't find out about this, Coy! Well, how'd you get that big motorcycle up there on the high dive, Coy?
A second pseudo-safe house a lot like this one, again not traceable to us. We've got our mission and suppliers Yogurt, gumballs, and desire And a pocketful of rubber bands With a manual on handstands Unicycle, compass And a camera that won't focus And a canteen full of soda Grab a beach towel, here we go!
A Serial Killer is defined as someone who commits multiple murders, out of some kind of mental or sexual compulsion, in separate incidents with at least a few days in between killings.